When we doubt, we fail. Shrug it off and hustle. Check this experience I encountered and were able to document it with pictures.Read More
In this journal entry, I’ll share with you my thoughts about street photography, editing, and the vision of the photographer.Read More
Sulfur Miners: Mt. Ijen, Indonesia
A photo documantary I did a few years back. about the harsh job the Indonesian sulfur miners do to bring food to the family.
Here’s another spurt of my brain about the spontaneity of street photography and why I love this type of street photography.Read More
Location: El Nido, Palawan. Philippines
Me and my wife love to travel and I take that opportunity for myself to go and do some street photography. But honestly, I actually find it difficult to do street photography and enjoy traveling both at the same time. Why? As much as I love street photography, I prefer enjoying the adventures with my wife and end up taking photos only when I get the chance.
I proved my point when we were in Palawan. The place was so beautiful, I can’t keep my eyes off the scene. Raising the camera seems like a big task.
I don’t turn my “street-mode” switch on when traveling. I just photograph things as it happens. And if nothing happens, I don’t mind at all. I don’t hunt, I just go with the flow. As long as I’m enjoying our trip, I’m all good.
Palawan was such a scenic place. Blue and gree everywhere. And when something beautiful happens in front of me, that is when I snap a shot. A few shots and I’m back admiring the scene.
Finally, I don’t want to feel like I'm working when I’m traveling. Street photography will always be part of the itinerary but never a task to fulfill. Main goal is the experience, next is to record it through photographs.
So long Leica, hello Contax! Switching from full manual to aperture priority cameras and why. Click and find out!Read More