Photo © Rommel Lugada
Ala Una Y Media
Forms and shapes composition with afternoon sunlight from the architectural details of a restaurant in Cebu City, Philippines. Other objective of the artist is to design an authentic black and white composition without post-processing while utilizing in-camera's black and white setting. Taken at exactly one thirty in the afternoon ( or "a la una y media" in Spanish ).
Rommel Lugada PHILIPPINES
Filipino Industrial Designer / Fine Art Photographer (non-pro). Product Design and Development Consultant and a Senior Lecturer (part-time) at the School of Design and Arts, De La Salle - College of St. Benilde. BFA Industrial Design, University of Santo Tomas - Design Center of the Philippines Scholarship Award. Former Industrial Design Specialist, Design Center of the Philippines. With extensive years of experience in product design and development working with different manufacturers and multinational design stores in the U.S., Europe, Australia, Philippines and Asia.
Merit: Gold winner in International Design Awards USA (2019). 1st Place Winner in International Photography Awards USA 2017 (Micro/Non-Pro). "Fine Art Photographer of the Year 2017 and 2018" and "Advertising Photographer of the Year 2018" with multiple-gold in International Photography Awards - Philippines in 2017 and 2018 (Non-Pro). Top winner in Fine Art Portfolio in Moscow International Foto Awards and Tokyo International Foto Awards. 3rd Place Winner - Honor of Distinction in Still Life, 14th Black and White Spider Awards. Honorable mention winner in DNA Paris Design Awards 2019 (Graphic Design - Professional), London International Creative Competition, PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris, Budapest International Foto Awards, International Color Awards, Minimalist Photography Awards, MonoVisions Photography Awards (Single and Series), and Nominee for the 4th and 5th Fine Art Photography Awards, London. Awardee, "Award of Excellence", in Black and White and in Yellow Theme Category featured in Nikon Philippines 100th Anniversary celebration and exhibition, 2017.
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