I would want to go out and see the lights around town this December just like I did last year. But being a full-time mother of a three month-old baby girl…I bet you know it already that I can’t. So … Continue reading →
I wrote an article about an atheist in a catholic school for our news magazine sometime in 2012. After submitting the article, the layout editor sent me a message to take a photo of lit candles. I did (this photo … Continue reading →
Where do you want your viewers’ eyes to rest? In these three images, my points of focus are not the same. The amount of sharpness in parts of these photos are different…one can easily tell. Let’s be playful! It does not … Continue reading →
As you may have noticed, almost all of my photos are in black and white. Now this is an indoor photography using natural light turned to black and white. I believe he who does not dream does not exist at … Continue reading →
A picture taken portrays an emotion: sadness, happiness, loneliness, joy, or sorrow. Being able to capture these emotions will help the viewers connect with the photograph you have taken. Note that subjects that depict emotions is not only limited to people. You can also play with whatever you have in your home. There is no need of going out of the house. There’s already a lot to capture inside.
Now this is lonely Rudolf, probably missing Santa? 😀