But hey, despite my long hiatus in the cosplay community, I have been keeping myself busy with a new hobby. Photography. That's right. You read it right. I still remember my first post as a blogger; telling myself how I wanted to become a photographer. Let's just call myself as a "photographer-wanna-be". I am not worthy to be be called as a photographer compared to all the professionals out there. That would be unfair. Anyway, if you want to read my first blog post, you can do so here.
This year has been good to me. So many positive happenings and the like. I got to have my very own first DSLR bought with my own savings. So yeah, if you've read my first blog post, you would know what I'm currently talking about. When I first laid my hands on this baby of mine, I didn't know what to do. I couldn't figure things out, for example, the shutter speed, the ISO, the exposure etc etc. And I know, to become a photographer, you'd have to eventually learn of these things. So during my free time at work, I would google away all the possible answers I could get. Google surprises you in mysterious ways. <3
I've done two shoots so far. I have a very sexy thing for portraits. I don't know why but I know it's a calling. But for this blog post, I am going to have more emphasis on the first shoot I had which I entitled as the " Two of Us". A couple shoot of famous Cebuana Fashion Blogger Kryz Uy and her boyfriend inspired me to have one. The photos are enchanting. And the photographer was able to catch every moment of it. If you want to check the photos of their shoot, do so here. So thus, the idea of me having a couple shoot as my very first photography project was born.
It was a bright cloudy day and I know, that didn't even make sense because we all know the word cloudy usually means "dark". I was having a hard time figuring my camera out. Photoshop is such a complicated program. It takes absolutely god given talent for you to be good at it. Anyway, what I did wrong was I set my camera to JPEG format instead of RAW ( have mercy on the photographer-wanna-be-that-didn't-do-her-homework-beforehand). So please forgive the photos if they are too pixelated and grainy in your liking. I edited these photos amateurishly using some editing programs I found online.
I would like to thank Kimberly Lavarez and Mico Sato for making this shoot a success and for acting professional all throughout the shoot. Also to Marjorie Bongbong, for sticking with us and for pampering Kim's face. Also thanks to Ray Franchis Patalinghug ang Mark Alud Villamor for teaching me the ways of photography. I couldn't have done it without you guys. Thanks for putting up with me and my selfish requests. <3 Lablab.
BTS regarding this shoot here: http://mausarcon.blog.com/2013/08/24/bts/.
Your random and sometimes-a-photographer-wanna-be blogger,