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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