We didn’t blog about the FPT Metro Perfect 10, but we did post quite a few images from that event on our Facebook page. In fact, we have albums for the final 18, the final 9, and heads up play. Since that took place a few months ago, we don’t think it’s quite timely to [...]
I covered a wedding reception recently – you read that right: a wedding reception. I totally missed the wedding itself. Mind you, I wasn’t hired to cover the wedding. Heck, I wasn’t even there to cover their first reception. Instead, they flew all the way from California to the Philippines to have a second reception [...]
What DSLR should I get? That is one of the most common questions I hear, and with this post, I’m hoping to help you answer that question.
Keep in mind that we won’t be discussing any specific brand or model. Instead, we’ll be asking questions that will help you figure out which camera to get.
Twenty One Plates is a new(ish) restaurant in Parañaque with… well… 21 plates on their menu. The dish you see on the left is just one of them. If you follow the jump, you’ll see a small sampling of those dishes. Before getting to the images though, I’d like to say that the dishes don’t [...]
I know it’s a bit late, but I really should share with you some images that found their way to the the pages of Poker Magazine Finland. Yeah, the collage you see on the left is pretty small, but you can see a (slightly) larger version of it after the jump. In case some of [...]
I found myself in Tagaytay again recently – once again covering a wedding. The bride & groom, Alex & Via, had already hired another team to cover the wedding, but decided to get me to give them a different set of images. I let the other team take the lead – there were, after all, [...]
I’m blogging live from APPT Manila 2008 on a short break from my photography duties. I’m pulling the latest batch of images from my cards, and with the free net access here, I might as well blog about the event, right? I’m not quite sure what to say right now, so you might as well [...]
A couple of weeks ago, I travelled to Tagaytay with fellow photographer Sly Samonte to cover the wedding of our friends Jose & Tinette. This wedding wasn’t like most other weddings here – it was a much simpler affair. It still isn’t the beach wedding I’ve been dreaming of covering, but it was still quite [...]
Some time back, I made some grids for my flash. They did the job, but definitely looked home-made. That’s why I recently set out to make some lighting mods that not only worked well, but looked good – or at the very least didn’t look like 3rd-grade art projects.
I took some portraits recently of three (or was it four?) different generations of a family and ended up with the image you see on the left. What is it? It’s a piece of a picture frame that ended up smashed into little pieces. I placed it near the edge of a table while trying [...]