Photography Tips

No need for heavy technical jargon to take good photos. Just go out there and shoot. Here are some practical tips to get you started.


Sun, rain and the mating season

I was editing photos for a dessert recipe I'll post later when I looked out the window and saw raindrops glistening in the sunlight. My first thought was a house fly wedding. … [Read more...]


iFilm on iTunes

Sam has a film photography class, she's loving it and she has this dream that we'd build a dark room for her. I told her we can give her a spare room but she will have to fill … [Read more...]


Night sky and breakwater

The string of lights on the left is Roxas Boulevard. The twin blocks of light near the center is Sofitel (formerly Philippine Plaza) Hotel. The circular light at the right is … [Read more...]


Soft lights and palm trees

Sam needed shots of Manila Bay for a class assignment and, as I usually do when she shoots, I brought a camera along and took photos with her. Just the Powershot G10 as I … [Read more...]


Tilt-shift photography

I didn't know what tilt-shift meant until about a week ago. I asked Sam, she explained in a nutshell, I researched the rest and then I experimented. The easiest way to explain … [Read more...]