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SAFARI FUN WITH SOME PARTY ANIMALS
TO DO WHAT I LOVE MOST…
Have a great weekend and see you all next week.
DANICA CELEBRATING 18
I haven’t been around much the past 2 weeks from all the thousands of photos needing my attention.
After a few hair raising, eye popping incidents the post processing cycle is fin. Oh, wait, wasn’t there just an event a few days ago? Well, there it is, a photographers work never ends and I truly love it.
For Week-Ender #43, this little party got off to a slow start but finished on the fun end. It was great to be part of a tender little celebration for such a significant time in ones life. DF, be good but always have fun while you are at it!
YOUR COMMENTS ARE VERY MUCH ENCOURAGED…
Shot details: Canon EOS 50D, Focal Length: 26mm, Aperture: f/4.5, Shutter speed: 1/30, ISO 200, Speedlite 580 EXII/430 EXII, RAW
BIRTHDAY AND CHRISTMAS ALL IN ONE PARTY
It’s the start of another work week to a brand spanking new decade. Happy new decade!
A cool party I had the pleasure of covering in the latter weeks of December. Yes, no vacation and almost all work (in between the holiday food parties, of course). And I have only just started to edit and process a few thousand photos from events this past month. Not to mention a few back log of photo books that need the final touch. 2010 is getting off to a good busy start!
THE WONDERS OF BEING 7 YEARS OLD
WEDDING BELLS IN SAN AGUSTIN
A wedding is undoubtedly one of the best stories waiting to be told photographically.
The couple being wed and the priest are the stars in this ceremony. Although the church serves as the backdrop it should not be just another background for the photographs.
The architectural significance of the church will transform any modern day wedding into an elegant procession of charm and substance. There is nothing like the grandeur of work by architects and artisans of a bygone era.
Completed in 1607 during the Spanish colonial period, San Agustin is the oldest standing church in the Philippines. No other surviving building has been claimed to pre-date this church. In 1993, San Agustin Church was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, under the classification Baroque Churches of the Philippines. It had also been named a National Historical Landmark by the Philippine government in 1976.
As a photographer, capturing the principal subjects within the ambiance of the church is key. Along with the architectural highlights a beautiful story unfolds and memories are cherished for generations to come.
Memories fade, clothes degrade, cakes eaten, drinks drunk…
Celebrating a special birthday, an anniversary or a significant period in your life? Preserving memories with photographs is the perfect way to show off your important event for many decades to come.
I’ve put together 2 packages that are worth much more in coins and giving it to you for just a fraction of the cost. For those of you that want to book for 2010 and you have a Preserving Moments post card- these 2 very special packages are especially for you (click here).
Just to give you an idea of what I shoot.
Please call, text or email for any pencil booking or questions@ firstname.lastname@example.org/0922 868 8069
YoCard post cards for free and all you need to do is find their stands at over 190 various locations in Metro Manila to pick one up. Hurry, the Preserving Moments/ Mac Photography Dy post cards have a very limited print run.
Thank you goes out to the beautiful people of YoCard for distribution of the post card, designed by yours truly.
Much appreciation (I owe you one!) to the printing genius behind Jotech Corp. for the use of excellent card stock and a beautiful reproduction from the digital file. They manufacture biodegradable food safe containers. Send me an email if you need more information.