Usap-usapan ngayon sa social media ang isa sa mga prenup photo ni Toni Gonzaga na kuha ng Metro Photo sa National Museum.
May ilan kasing nakapansin na tumama ang kanang siko ng TV host-actress sa isa sa mga painting ng National Museum.
Ang naturang larawan ang main photo sa verified Facebook Fan Page ni Toni Gonzaga.
Ayon sa guidelines ng National Museum, “Touching artworks and taking photos of exhibit items for commercial purposes inside galleries are strictly prohibited unless otherwise authorized through a special permit from the Director’s Office/ Museum Education Division.
“Picture taking is allowed for souvenir purposes only. DSLR cameras need special permit. The use of flash photography is strictly prohibited.”
Agad namang humingi ng paumanhin ang Metro Photography tungkol sa insidenteng ito.
Ang Metro Photo ang kumuha ng prenup photos nina Toni at Paul sa National Museum.
Sa kanilang Facebook Page, ipinaliwanag ni Metro Photo Chief Executive Artist Oly Ruiz kung bakit nakadikit ang siko ni Toni sa isang painting.
Aniya, “Initially there was no plan to touch the painting at all but as we are taking a shot with Toni in front of it, the said painting gradually started to fall on her (the frames were hanged on the wall using only sticky-tacs) but she was able to hold on to it.
“We then asked to instead use her elbow to keep it from falling while we took a shot of it.”
Dahil dito, sabi niya, “We sincerely apologize to everyone that we may have offended and we apologize also to The National Musem who have been negatively affected when all they did was accommodate us the best way they can.”
Narito ang kabuuang apology ng Metro Photo na naka-post sa kanilang Facebook page: