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.
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.
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.