A couple of months after the Miss Philippines-Earth 2010 beauty pageant, I was fortunate enough that my invitation for a photo shoot was accepted by the finalist representing Imus, Cavite. I first discovered her modeling profile in ModelMayhem, and then later on I learned that she was also a beauty queen.
Canon EOS 400D
In photography not all photographers venture in field of events coverage and I'm one of those photographers that opted to do less work effort field like fashion photography. The most that I cover before this project are family events such as birthday party, baptismal celebration and other family gatherings.
Producing several test and fun shoots has been very fulfilling for me. Seeing the photos that I have captured and knowing that those who participated enjoyed as well, is truly rewarding.
The theme “Woman of Stature” was built on the idea of a woman in control. This was practically illustrated on the shot we did - with our model in the skylight and with the two towers of RCBC Plaza as background.
I was having hard time thinking of a concept for a shoot so I first invited to join us the hair and makeup artist. Fortunately, in spite of busy schedules, Chin Viyar gladly agreed to get onboard.
Isn’t it exciting to shoot a celebrity? We were looking at the website of Elite Models–Manila for models for the funshoot series of ShutterClique when a member of our leadership team suggested that we get Valeen Montenegro, a celebrity
I've always envisioned of shooting a high society theme so the location of my choice is the Casino Español de Manila. The exclusive club is situated in the heart of downtown Manila, a historical treasure that has been around since 1844.
A fashionable men's clothing line has been presented during Azur Lapis Lazuli's Fall/Winter collection 2009 fashion show. It was held in The Ramp Man at Edsa Shangri-la Plaza Mandaluyong, Philippines.
It was May 16 when Lassalle College International-Manila 2010 graduates showcased their talent in fashion design, held at SM Mall of Asia. Their theme for this year is "The Contemporary Filipina". As a commencement project, the fashion designers were commissioned to present their creation of traditional Filipino costumes using native or home-grown materials.
You would probably ask why I have been shooting fashion and models without me getting any formal education on fashion photography. My simple response would be that I want to know first what I don’t know. Well, after all the independent shoots, which I did to unravel things I don’t know in fashion photography, I ended up wanting for more.