This coming May 17, 2015 would be my third year of taking photography into another level. What started as taking photos with my iPhone 4S of people, places and things which I thought was interesting and that I wanted to share to the world through this website, I followed the advice of my high school principal and got myself my first DSLR, Canon EOS 600D that came with a EFS 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens, and the rest as they say is history. Continue reading Project 52 – Week 6 Weddings
In my almost three years experience in photography doing a photo shoot on location is one of the challenges a photographer must be able to conquer. There are a lot of factors to consider to be able to have a successful on location shoot. Continue reading Project 52 – Week 4 On Location
I am starting a new project this year, one photo for each week for the whole year hence PROJECT 52. Each week I would be publishing a photo or photos with a specific theme and for this week it would be Happy Child.
I took this photo during one of the events, actually the last event, I got to cover for 2014. It is his first birthday and this was before the party started when guests were just starting to arrive. Although they say that child photography is one of the most difficult genre, I find it very fulfilling. Unlike working with adults or models where you can give out instructions, with child photography you have to be very patient to get the shot and create an atmosphere that would make the child comfortable with the camera.
One time, even before we began shooting, I got told by the child right to my face that she doesn’t want to have her pictures taken by me. It was a good thing that the child’s mother thought about faking it so that it would seem she was the one taking pictures using her cellphone. After the shoot and the child saw her photos, she can’t wait to have another session with me.
Child photography might be difficult but for me it is the most fulfilling.
Photo taken with Canon EOS 600D with Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens.
In a country that is predominantly Roman Catholic and a society that is conservative and traditional, glamor photography is very difficult to execute. Compared to the Western societies where they are more open-minded with this kind of photography, here in the Philippines photographers have hurdles to overcome when undertaking a glamor photo shoot and here are a couple of the most common. Continue reading Difficulty with Glamor Photography