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Found 40 results

  1. Albert

    Sibol

    From the album: Tanawin

    Life in unexpected places.

    © Jamie Nabong

  2. Albert

    Fire Tree

    From the album: Tanawin

    Blooms of May.

    © Jamie Nabong

  3. Albert

    Kayumanggi

    From the album: Tanawin

    Aeta children of Barangay Banoyo, San Luis, Batangas, line up to receive school supplies during a relief operation. These children are energetic, and despite having been affected by the recent Taal Volcanic eruption (January 2020), they maintain a positive disposition just as the child on the center wears a smile on his face. The community has a way to lift everyone's spirits up. Even the children are filled with the same spirit.
  4. I'm trying to take a nice photo for this man. 😅
  5. If you want a nice photos on your modelling portfolio, you need to hire a professional photographer or at least a person with a knowledge about camera and photography. You need a photos with different angles and shot. This are the shot that you need ( clean head shot, full length body shot, swimsuit shot, smiling shot, and strong closing shot ) you also need to include your body statistics on your portfolio. You need a hard copy of your portfolio so you can show it personally and easily view as well as a website or online portfolio so you can easily send it to email when they ask for it. You can visit my online portfolio : michellerolfe.portfoliobox.net and if you want to create your own online portfolio you can use this free online website: portfoliobox.net pictures below are example of my portfolio (hard copy)
  6. Lois

    Red Flower

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Another flower seen in our university, there are many different kinds of plants, trees and flowers found in our university since DLSUD is one of the top greenest university in the whole world.
  7. Lois

    Violet Flower

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Another one of the flowers seen in our university.
  8. Lois

    Alpinia Purpurata

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    One of the flowers found in our university.
  9. Lois

    Finding Inner Self

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Shot taken inside Casa de Manila, located in Intramuros Manila, Philippines.
  10. From the album: Photography by Lois

    A portrait shot of my friend when we went to Alabang.
  11. Fomorii

    First entry

    So, first entry. New here, so on and so forth...I'm a hobbyist photographer, with main interests lying in photographing insects/other invertebrates. I don't have a fancy camera, but I do spend time making sure everything that needs to be in focus is the light conditions are just right etc etc. So yes, will hopefully be uploading some images soon.
  12. From the album: Photography by Lois

    A Kobukson or Geobukseon was a type of large Korean warship that was used intermittently by the Royal Korean Navy during the Joseon dynasty from the early 15th century up until the 19th century.
  13. Lois

    Ginseng Display

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Shot taken at Cheongha Korea Ginseng Museum
  14. 'Not too much time for painting in recent years... I have a portrait of my youngest daughter on the go - and I will definitely finish it one day. (I started it when she was 16. She is now 19 - so I will have to finish it while she is, technically at least, still a teenager!) Photography... Well, this little blog of mine is also supposed to be about some of my attempts at photography, so here are a few snaps I took of the Shinkansen, on a recent (work-related) trip to Japan. Welcome, to the Shin-Kan-Sen!! (You have to pause for a very brief moment after "Welcome" - and say it with pride!!) The photos I posted on Facebook created quite a few comments and I have reproduced some of these below: Vic Rolfe I was talking about the Shinkansen to a friend in Kokura. He said he couldn't understand what was so special about the Shinkansen! "It's just a train, right?" Just a train??!!!! Well... I suppose - for Japan, yes!! Luis Reyes Ordinary train lng sa kanila FB Friend:" Beautiful, wish we had those here in Australia. " Vic Rolfe Ideal country for it... Japan has spent a stupendous amount of money over the years building that network. At least, you wouldn't need too many tunnels, for a start off! Vic Rolfe City center to city center, all over Japan. Every station on the Shinkansen network is surrounded by hotels, so you just get off the train and walk for two minutes to your hotel. In Japan, unless you are going from one end of the country to the other, it is actually quicker than flying, by the time you get stuck in a traffic jam just getting to the airport. Then you have to check in and get through security. Luis Reyes Ganda ng train Vic Rolfe These things don't spend all day in the station, either. They arrive on time and they have to leave on time - exactly to the second. Hence the announcement as you slow down on the approach to Hakata (Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, Japan) "If you are planning to get off at the next station, then you need to get all your stuff ready NOW and start making your way towards the doors.." (or words to that effect!!) I am not sure how long they stop for - but it can't be very long! That's for sure... 1 minute? 2 minutes max!!
  15. Lois

    Dim

    From the album: Photography by Lois

  16. Lois

    Swift

    From the album: Photography by Lois

    Shot last September 2016 in Skyranch Settings: Canon f/25 1/30 100 44mm
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