Sunny16 Lab to hold kids film photography workshop this month

With a 5% year-over-year growth in film sales, it’s safe to say that film photography is finally making a strong comeback. That’s why Sunny16 Lab, a film laboratory built by photographers for photographers, is hoping to get more Filipino’s into the art by holding an introductory film photography workshop for kids.

The workshop will be held at Satchmi UP Town Center from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on May 28, 2017. It will cost P2,200 per child, which includes 1 disposable camera, film processing and scanning for 1 roll, 3 high quality 4R prints, light snacks, and some freebies. Parents (even toddlers or teenagers) are also welcome to join the event.

Representatives from Sunny16 Lab will tackle several topics about film photography such as its history, everything about the film camera and photography, how it works, why it’s fun to take pictures, and how to tell your story through photography. In addition, participants will get to shoot around UP Town Center.

The topics and activities offered in this workshop would be perfect for newbies and veterans alike, especially those who would like to refresh their knowledge.

“We believe that in this generation photography has become an important part of a child’s life. With this workshop we’d like to encourage the children to practice a discipline that veers away from the instant gratification that social media offers. We’d like to impart the beauty and joy of taking photos that matter when it matters.” – Sunny16 Lab.

For more information, visit the Sunny16 Lab official Facebook page. Interested parties may reserve their slots now by sending an email to


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