For The People of Vietnam: Vietnam Portraits

Eleven days flew by so fast. With no heed or warning, I just realized it was over once I stepped inside the airport. The air got a little chiller, seemingly missing the warmth of the Vietnamese people. I opened my camera and browsed through the images of our Vietnam trip. Can’t help but shed a…

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Uncovering the Siren of Seazoned Philippines

It has been quite a long time since I have taken someone’s portraiture. I, too, have been busy with adulting stuff for the past months and I almost questioned myself if I should continue doing this. Sure, blogging has opened a new door for me to tell my life through photographic narratives – through my…

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Portraits of Escolta

I signed up for Sino Pinas’ photowalk to get a new feel of Escolta — taking portrait photographs, to be more specific. Visiting Escolta and Chinatown is like religion to me. Since I was a kid, I have this certain fond perception towards it, so I thought this is a great opportunity to see it…

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Bonifacio Global City at Night

I decide to take an “off” from the world and just walk along my favorite place, Bonifacio Global City. It is located in the heart of the metropolis. Lying just closely to the chaotic neighboring towns, BGC seems like a breath of fresh air, an oasis. It must be how the buildings are laid out…

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