Did I mention this from my Tarlac Photo Op Entry? Anyway, you can see here the guarded box of the relic wood of the cross where Jesus Christ were crucifixed. Can you believe it? Well I believe it now, since Frater Tom of SRC told us the story how it get here in the Philippines. It will be opened this coming September 14 or 16 i can’t remember really. To cut the long story short we were very priviledged to get take photos of it.
Wohoooo this is my busiest week of this year, meeting shoot, post process, shoot, meeting, post process.. Grr but you know what I LOVE IT! 😉 I have no complains except for that little sleep. Ive been shooting one of the finest hospital here in the Philippines, they are my regular client and surprisingly they are in a row of photo shoot this week up to next week so i have to follow that schedule, I also meet up a possible client that i was refered by a friend of a 4 star hotel for brochure, well i hope that i can get that project because its exciting and not to mention the monetary return i can get.
Since last week ive been meeting up several prospective clients for brochure, posters and stock inquiries.. ohhh im overwhelmed and very thankful for these happenings, i do hope that it will continue. Tomorrow i will have an event shoot at one of the expensive school in the country, a gymnastics sports. A bit challenging because my friend told me that its not well lit, well we see tomorrow the power of EOS 5D and its low noise. To continue further more the Department Of Tourism liked my Tarlac photos and they are considering renting out from me.
I organized a Photo Op for PiPho the Tarlac photo Op. It was a tiring day, but its all worth it, i got to meet and shoot new friends. Im glad that they enjoyed it.
The itinerary i made is from Banban to Gerona then back to Capas. Il update you guys from what happened today. I enjoyed shooting this new found place for photo op.
Here is one shot that made my day…
This was taken at Capas National Shrine
You wont believe this, that i squeezed all my might to take this shot.
I layed down on the floor and pushed my back to get the whole geometric scene.
A lot of effort but i think i have taken a great shot!
On our way back home to Manila from Panagbenga Festival last February, we decided to try out the floating restaurant at Gerona Tarlac,Â called “Isdaan”. This unique “kainan” have massive statues that was inspired by Thai Buddha’s, it also have giant Koi’s, nippa huts and exciting games. The place is really unique, you’ll enjoy it with your family.
See some photos I took at Isdaan.
One of the main attraction is this… the smashing of anger on the wall by throwing plates, mugs and all things that are fragile including television. You must concentrate in doing this then throw and shout your anger!… *&%$#@*#($*&%^@ something like that 😀
This is one of the buddha… arghhh nevermind the model it just me 🙂
You can see the complete gallery here at photos-philippines.com
Ohhhh before I forgot the food is good!
o you remember the World of Lights & Lanterns last 2003? Well they are back with a bigger venue at Macapagal hiway, Pasay City. I was a little bored inside it, nothing different except to the breakdancing showdown and some sculptures and shows.
The longest snake you’ll ever see! If you will look closely it was made by a stitched and braced ceramic plates.
To start off this post, Il be posting the Terracota Replicas.
My hard labor has been paid. Our exhibit at FPPF chamer was a success. Many PiPho members have come to witness the opening ceremonies. We were very delighted by the response of the Federation, they like the presentation and especially the mounted photos! First time in FPPF chamber to have a diverse quality of photos.
A photo before the exhibit