-A young Filipina is now gaining popularity in the world for her awesome photography skills
-Xyza Bacani, first discovered her talent when one peaceful night she snaps photos in black and white in some busy streets of Mongkok
-Then, one of her photos was published to the New York Times and it's where it started
Xyza Bacani is an overseas Filipino worker in Hong Kong. One peaceful night, she decided to take photos in the busy streets of Mongkok.
She then started catching photos in black and white.
At it's where it started.
Xyza is now gaining popularity in the world for her talent and skills in photography.
"Still images are very powerful. It transcends the language. Photography to me is the language of the universe."
Thanks to San Francisco’s famous Filipino photographer Rick Rocamora, who first notice Xyza's artworks.
A lot of people then noticed Xyza's talent.
Opportunities came in when one of her photos was published in the New York Times.
She received sponsorship from Fuji Film and was able to show her photos in an exhibit at the Philippine Embassy in Hong Kong.
Xyza is just one of the many Filipinos showcasing their talent in the world that can make us really proud to be Pinoy!
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