Category Archive: Still Life

Bàozhú (Firecracker)

A photo taken during the recently concluded “Bacolaodiat Festival”, a Chinese New Year Festival, here in Bacolod City, Philippines. In the photo is a firecracker being readied for the magical fireworks display at… Continue reading

Happy New Year

HAPPY NEW YEAR, everyone!!! Time runs so fast that little did we know, it’s already 2013 🙂 This photo was taken during a family dinner in the New Year’s Eve. Instead of being… Continue reading

Frosty

A photo taken during Christmas Eve, while waiting for 12MN, and everybody were so busy arranging the gifts, “Frosty” was left behind alone in the Christmas tree. The scene caught my attention, and… Continue reading

City Landmark

This photo of one of the most historic part of Dumaguete City, Philippines, was taken during a recent photowalk together with the photography club were I’m a member of, last weekend. A 2-day… Continue reading

Meringue, anyone?

A photo taken during a “supposed-to-be” quick stop at a local pastry shop here in Bacolod City, during a photomarathon (photo contest sponsored by Canon) last October 2012. While interpreting the theme given… Continue reading

Subaru

One of my favorite collection of macro shots, sports edition. This is one of the four that I am to complete hopefully by the end of the year. This is a scaled model… Continue reading

Chevy

My testing of using multiple lights on a macro subject gave me this result. After 10 combinations of lights placement, at last, I got what photo exposure I want… This photo is actually,… Continue reading

Wing Portrait (plane)

Visiting a hangar and taking some photos with a Cessna plane was a dream come true to me. Special thanks to a friend that by any effort made my dream a reality. This… Continue reading

Tomatoes

Taken on one early morning of Saturday last April of 2012 during my “photowalk” with friends in wet market. This arrangement and color catches my attention as I roam my eyes especially looking… Continue reading

Old White Door

An old white door at the back of one of the old houses in Silay City (Phils.), the “Balay Negrense”.  The one that caught my attention was that, a door that doesn’t have… Continue reading