Rozelyn, a sleep deprive Accounts Payable Analyst and an extremely frustrated art enthusiast. Uses books, movies, tv series and music to kill time. Wanderer sometimes identified hopeless.
Yesterday, my camera club invited Mark Floro (Food photographer/Canon brand Ambassador) to teach some techniques on how to take not only good “food” photography but mostly lighting techniques. I went straight to the work shop after my shift with no sleep at all. Without surprise i didnt get all sleepy during the entire talk. You can tell that he knows what hes doing and you can also tell that he’s the classic type of photographer who wasnt fond of using any editing software. For him its too timely and he wanted everything to be “right the first time” so instead of using photoshop in adjusting the shadows, lights, color he uses different DIY’s that he brought in the shoot. Right there and there the shot was already perfect no need for adjustment maybe a little cropping but thats it! After the talk, we have a go on taking our own photos i showed him one of my favorite shot and let him critique it (that i wouldnt tell) but yes, it was nice hearing words of advice from him and i cant wait ‘til we meet again and i hope he would still remember me. :)Photos will be posted next.
Tadhana - Up Dharma Down
Definitely one of the best bands Philippines has produced. <3
I dont appreciate OPM so much and when i do, it means they’re that good.
An event held every May that celebrates the bravery and victory of filipino revolutionaries who won in the battle of Alapan.
Disclaimer: this was supposed to be my entry for Photoworldcup photo contest specifically for this event. but i got frustrated and decided to give up.
Last week me and my colleagues decided to go on a roadtrip all the way from manila up to the north. I was astonished, moved even by how tremendously beautiful the place is. Every road, every highway is picture perfect. I personally admire the beaches and the sound of the waves creates whenever it embarks the shore. The blue skies and even the heat that makes the trip more memorable. We braved the scorching heat just to get a closer look in every site we’ve visited and i must say every drop of sweat was worth it. I will always look forward on revisiting this lovely place again. Thank you ilocos! You’re one fine natural work of art.