2004 recollection

Whoa! i thought the previous post was my last for November. but hey, something popped up within my recollection. T’was during this same season in 2004, as i was still working for SIBP, we were busy in taking photographs of the major waterfalls in 3 Samar Provinces that we have to feature in SIBP/SINP 2005 Calendar. Hmmm..So whats the big deal then? hehe, wala lang, i just want to share the photos i took to those who were not able to see and got hold of the calendar.. hope you’ll like these. 

Bangon Falls of Calbayog City

Pinipisakan Falls in Las Navas, N. Samar (This is the only photo that i took while am fronting the lens. Camera on tripod and timed.)

Amandaraga Falls in Lawaan, E. Samar

The Sohoton Natural Bridge taken from the back.

Inside Panhulugan Cave. Mano Sedong touring Lilibeth Queen

 

No, they are not rebels. Dixon & Allan posing like comrades with our tripods!

Along Sohoton River in Basey, Samar.

before november ends..

Yahoo! got time to post again. I’ve been busy these past days in order to meet our deadlines. 2 weddings and a debut party edited in a week..? heheh. well, just tried much so as to come up for the best! Here are the photographs of Princess Jo in her debut celebration. (My last hirit post for this month.)

Post Processing

Yo! just want to post and show how powerful Photoshop can enhance a “hard-to-accept” picture. look at the picture below and see the transformation from the original picture into different enhanced and toned photos.By the way, my model here is one of Alvin’s angels that keep on asking me to take her a photograph everytime i visit Alvin’s place. So pinagbigyan, i borrowed her boss’ EOS350D kit camera, let her pose beside a steel cabinet where there is ray of light coming from outside. My next concern then was the light, it wasn’t enough, so i pumped the ISO to 1600, shutter 1/6, click! the photo was too noisy and lots of RGB artifacts can be seen..

Guest (Signature) Book Sample

This is for our clients outside Samar and Leyte who are asking how the guestbook looks like. As i always describe it, its like a book of couple’s pictures, with minimal text to give more space for guests to write on their wishes and signatures. this was conceptualized as alternative to the typical signature frame. The “book” has no cuts in mid section and covered with dust jacket. It can be in 30, 40 & 60 pages, variable sizes in 8″x8″ or 8×10, 10×10 and 11×14, depending on the client’s preference. Below are the layouts i prepared for Steph & Stephen.  

warhabhado

As you requested guys!

More pictures on Book Launching

(L-R) Mana Charo, Malou, Laiminh, Mana Chi & Lindot, behind them..
Oco renders his “kaisdaan” nga kanta

Enjoying while listening the intermission number by Oco

  

Photo Documentation on O, Catbalogan Book Launching

Success! Success! this is all i can say about the book launching held this afternoon at Tia Anita’s. Here are some of the photos i took during the event. Kumustahan blues…

Mano Candy browsing the book while the others namamalit na!

Mano Rene & Bishop Emeritus Cruz discuss the book contents. Hey Reggie, usapang bata lang ‘yan. hehehBishop Emeritus Cruz for the short invocation. (5 minutes lang po talaga)

 

Mayor Tekwa delivers his welcome remarks

 

Madam Thelma Correje reads the message from Mr. Cesar Torres of Catbaloganon Association of San Francisco, USAAtty. Reggie Quimbo seriously (he looks serious, right?) gives his testimonial on the book.The presentation of the book and Project team by Solicitor General Antonio Nachura.