Panagbenga Hobbyist Photographer Accreditation


Vince is a happy resident of Baguio City. Having been born and raised in the City of Pines, he find value in helping others. In his own way he is helping others by informing them about what's new in the City of Baguio. He firmly believes that there are more reasons to highlight the positive than the negative.

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23 Responses

  1. kid says:

    downloaded the forms already..
    question: how about those who dont have a group/organization.. just a freelance photographer..what should we do with the certification part..

    • Vince says:

      In our experience, we leave that part blank and apply as individual freelancer, just make sure to inform the secretariat when you submit your documents.

  2. Winter says:

    Saan po i-susubmit? 🙂

  3. RJ says:

    Sir/Madam…regarding the individual freelancer, do we have a chance to get our ID and have a chance to experience the great festival and participate in some photo contests as a freelance photo hobbyist?…we have great hopes on this matter…thanks so much for your support…

  4. Peter Paul Pascua says:

    me and my fellow freeland photographers will be coming from Manila. can we send our application forms via email? just like 2 years ago, we sent it via email together with other required documents. please assist.

  5. jeremiah says:

    tanong ko lang kung kelan po ang deadline ng pag submit ng application at pwede po bang magsubmit during saturday?

  6. jhingkie jocson says:

    when is the parade of flower with float?thank you and God Bless..

  7. RJ says:

    I would like to ask if when and how will we know if we were accredited to be a Panagbenga Photo Hobbyist after we submitted our forms?…Will you have any announcements in the newspaper or any post in the PTA Bldg. Bulletin? …Thanks for your support and have a great day…

  8. jessica says:

    when is the deadline of submitting the application form? thanks

    • Vince says:

      Hi Jessica,

      Deadline was last January 25, 2012. It was written in the forms, if you were not able to process your id do not worry because if you just pick the right spot you can still get great shots.

  9. Gian James Maagad says:

    WHere to download forms?

  10. Jennifer says:

    Just wanted to ask when we will be able to pickup our Ids?

  11. Elijah says:

    I didn’t get accredited, no calls or whatever 🙁 was there a limit to how many private hobbyists getting accredited?

    I just came up early instead and grabbed some decent spots, I saw some photogs however *without* id’s in the middle of the street, what’s up with that?

    • Vince says:

      Yes, there were limitations in the number of id’s being given out however to actually verify if you have been disapproved you should follow it up with the panagbenga secretariat, they will be glad to refer you to the person in-charge. I too witnessed those photographers with no i.d. and yet were able to stay at the middle of the road, however in fairness to the marshals those without any i.d. were dispersed (from where i was standing at least). I believe you were able to shoot great photos as you were able to efficiently choose a prime spot :-).

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