For all photography buffs in the Philippines you have to watch this tv show called What I See featuring noted photographer Francisco “Paco” Guererro. This is actually season 2 of the show Two Stops Over which used to air in a different channel. Even if you are not into photography you will appreciate this show asContinue reading “What I See TV show”
I just spent the best weekend studying basic food photography. And yes I shot and co-styled this picture. 50 Feasts is a new food photography school room run by Mylene Chung. I loved the casual setting of the class. All six students sat in a couch and chairs in the living room and watched theContinue reading “Basic Food Photography Class at 50 Feasts Food Photography School”
Gorgeous pictures right? Well, one day soon I hope to be able to take pictures just as scrumptious as these.Those pictures came from PhotoKitchen, a studio based in Manila specializing in food photography. When Dwight, one of the owners of PhotoKitchen emailed me if I wanted to join a food photography class run by 50Continue reading “50 Feasts Food Photography School”
Tourists seldom go to this part of Mong Kok, preferring to shop at Tsim Sha Tsui or Causeway Bay. All the local residents know that bargains can be found in Mong Kok. It gets so crowded that every afternoon until evening the inner roads specifically Sai Yeung Choi St. is closed to vehicular traffic.Let meContinue reading “Shopping in Hong Kong: Mongkok”
Woohoo! Happy birthday to me, happy birthday to me… I can’t believe it’s already been a year since I started Shoot First, Eat Later.This blog started with this post and my desire to shoot lots of pictures with my new camera the Panasonic LX3. I didn’t know much about blogging or taking pictures then. IContinue reading “It’s my blog’s 1st year anniversary!”
I received these colored pictures of Manila in the 60s through email. Everything looked so clean then. The streets weren’t clogged with traffic, the city wasn’t over populated and it was safe to walk anywhere. Pasig river Dewey Boulevard (now Roxas Blvd) Avenida Rizal Ayala Avenue in Makati
Check out this fantastic panoramic picture of Cory’s funeral.
I’ve been looking for the perfect camera bag for my Panasonic G1. The most important thing for me is that it should be light and hopefully it doesn’t look like a typical camera bag. I looked at Crumpler, Lowepro and Kata bags. I really liked Crumpler’s 4 million dollar bag but it was already heavyContinue reading “Panasonic G1 Camera Bag”
I was obsessed about the Panasonic Lumix G1 for months. I’ve never considered getting a dslr before because of the weight until I saw this gorgeous, red, petite dslr that’s not a dslr. But that’s a long story. So I finally gave in and ordered it from B&H photo. Ariel brought it home for meContinue reading “My New Toy – Panasonic Lumix G1”
I mentioned Red Mango’s nice spoon in the previous post and it piqued Dianne’s curiousity. So here’s the spoon as I tried to capture it. It’s more like a smooth spade.