Friday, July 7, 2017

Ron & Rachel Wedding 2017

 As the bride gets ready to walk down the aisle...

 Top shot of the wedding ceremonies...
 Before that 1st Kiss as Man & Wife...
Post-Nup Wedding Portrait

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Old Church, New Wedding!

Here's a friend of mine getting married in her hometown's Old Church - Camalig Parish Church...

The Young Bride

One of my favorites to shoot are young brides...youthful, fresh and oh so beautiful...I really had fun having covered her wedding...don't you think?

A Centuries-old Church, Love and The Volcano

There is a certain magic when you hold a wedding at an old seems that the occasion is historical in the sense that we only get married once in our lives and we beseech the spirits of old to bestow upon us their blessings.

Actually, I have always loved shooting weddings at these kinds of venues...this was taken at the Daraga Parish Curch in Albay Province, Philippines.

And one Post-nup Photo I love is where the newly-weds appreciating the appraisal from Bicol's Maiden, Mayon Volcano...

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Pre-Wedding Pictorial Session

Bridal Shoes

Bridal Swarovski Necklace shot with the Nikkor 50mm 1.8 Lens

Wedding Rings in Coffee Beans shot with the Nikkor 50mm 1.8 Lens

Bridal Portrait

Bridal Portrait with Swarovski Bouquet going down the stairs.

This Client was a surprise one. I was just supposed to go to the wedding as a guest, since it was my friend who was tying the knot at that day but ended up being The Wedding Photographer. Works for me.

I used a 50mm 1.8 NIKKOR Lens and the 18-105mm Kit that came with my Nikon D90 for my weddings.
With this set, I used ambient light due to the fact that her hotel room had big windows which makes it just right to capture the moments and the details during the wedding prep.

Bermido Engagement Pictorial

Prenup Pictorial Misty Mono 
Prenup Pictorial Jump Shot

Prenup Pictorial Hitching a Ride Shot

It's nice to have a young couple as clients because they are open to anything...from wardrobe to locations to what pose they're supposed to do.

This session was shot early morning, just as the sun rose from the horizon on the hills of Camalig, Albay.


HELLO there followers...been quite busy with the world so I kinda forgot this site for bad! I hope I can make up for lost time...and I hope you are still there to support my kind of style - madman style!

I did mention that this will be turned into a PHOTOGRAPHY BLOG sometime ago...sharing with you tips on how I shoot my images and some workflow tips on how to get the most out of the camera you have with you, which doesn't necessarily mean a DSLR...ahahaha!

I do not consider myself a PRO with regards to PHOTOGRAPHY per se...I am a work in experience with VIDEOGRAPHY taught me all what it is there to know on how to get great shots in STILL...and my background in ARCHITECTURE helps a lot in taking awesome images. That's why in the process, I organized a workshop series to share what I know to people who also wants to learn the proper way of creating beautiful images; people who are not able to afford high-priced workshops and don't even own a DSLR.

It's good to be back...I missed writing and very few people of NOW know that this is part of me ever since high school...and there has been a lot of goings on that I need to share with you guys.