Andre + Zeny

Quezon City, Philippines

True love waits: This wedding was special not only because Tita Zeny is our aunt but also, this shows that love knows no boundaries and that there is a season for everything.

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The 50mm challenge

Autumn is our favorite season in Japan. The cool breeze is so refreshing, following the hot and sultry summer, yet it is not too cold to cause us to hibernate. The bursts of fiery reds, oranges, and yellows provides the perfect canvass for an outdoor photo shoot. We challenged ourselves to use just use one lens – the trusty 50 – in this photo shoot. Enjoy!

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Autumn in Japan

A follow-up to our “50mm challenge”… Just can’t get enough of autumn!

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Nathan + Frolyn

Sta. Catalina
Baguio City, Philippines

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Wyrlo + Cresel

Ceremony: Our Lady of Lourdes Parish
Reception: Bali Village Hotel
Main Photographer: Joey Boquiren
Make-up: Irene Manigo
Bridal and entourage gowns: Evelyn Guerrero of New Creation Fashion

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Online Challenge: How well can you see color?

How well do you see colors? X-Rite has a test on their website that lets you see how well you can differentiate similar hue tones. It’s a simple test to do.

You will be asked to drag and drop the colors in a row to arrange them by hue order. The first and last chips are fixed and the goal is to have a continuous gradient from the first to the last chip.

Your test will then be scored. The lower the score the better, with zero (0) being perfect color acuity. Take the online color challenge via this link.

This is my score! 🙂

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Céilidh in the Cathedral

St Matthews in the City, Hobson St., Auckland, New Zealand | 27 October 2012

What a fun night it was at our first ceilidh! Quite frankly, we went there for a taste of haggis but ended up enjoying the dancing as well.

céilidh or ceilidh is a traditional Gaelic social gathering, which usually involves playing Gaelic folk music and dancing. Interestingly too, Céilidhs facilitated courting and prospects of marriage for young people and they are still an important and popular social outlet in rural parts of Ireland and Scotland, especially in the Gaelic-speaking regions.  (Wikipedia)

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