Monthly Archives: March 2010

From the vault: Low cost housing

Gripped by a sudden feeling of nostalgia, I decided to take a break from the Quezon seascapes for a bit and share something from way, way, back.

I took this for a college photography class, and developed it using old-fashioned darkroom techniques. It’s from a print I scanned, and you’ll have to excuse it for being a bit yellowed – it’s because of age. I have yet to discover how (if it is possible at all) to have my black and white negatives scanned and reprinted.

Watermark was added digitally, of course.

Real, Quezon: Seascapes

(Part 2)

Sharing another from my maiden foray into the world of landscape photography. A big shoutout goes to masters Dinno Sandoval, Jon Aguirre, JC Enriquez, Bong Malong, and Monte Corpuz for answered queries, tips and various loaned equipment.

Real, Quezon: Seascapes (part of a series)

Ayaw ko ilabas ng sabay-sabay yung lahat ng litratong nakunan ko sa Quezon para naman hindi ako maubusan ng material para dito. After all, I wanted to make this a photo blog of sorts, so here’s my first share of my newbie takes of Real’s wonderful seascapes along with the sunrise.