Manila Cathedral Window

Manila Cathedral Window

1/80 sec at F14 // 10 mm // ISO 100 // Canon EOS 7D // Taken on April 25, 2013 with some friends from World ShutterZ Avenue and FUNtastic Philippines at Intramuros, Manila.

There’s a quote somewhere that I find so useful whenever I come across “beauty” as a topic, I just forgot who’s it from.

It says about people being like stained glass windows. That they spark and shine whenever the sun is out, or in sunlight. But the moment darkness hits, their true beauty is only revealed when there is light from within.

No wonder I only find a few people beautiful 🙂

Sharing this photo of the Old Manila Cathedral with its stained glass window before I say good night. 

Old HDRs

Here’s sharing some of the high dynamic range (HDR) photos I edited in the past. I like to check them out once in a while to recognize the differences — see where I’ve improved and see what’s taking long behind. I’ve taken an online HDR workshop last year, and really learned from that. But I’ve learned more from some friends along the way.


A Little Bit of Hotel Centro


I hope Hotel Centro forgives me 🙂 I just can’t help posting these wonderful photos I took there.