Monthly Archives: August 2015

Photography style


Your style in photography is clearly determined by your knowledge, experience, know-how, influences and preferences. One’s style of over-exposure or turning photographs into sepia or black and white to achieve that vintage feel may not work well in another one’s book. Some might even put stock on photographing landscapes and outdoor views much more than others. It actually varies from one photographer to another and their style and inclinations. And, since professional cameras and accessories are as expensive as when you buy kitchen cabinets at, having a camera and accoutrements that help you achieve this specific style, is also of paramount importance.

Image courtesy of tuelekza at

Mt. Pinatubo 23 years ago

I met the elderly man while covering a food relief effort in Zambales in 1992. The old man and his family were one of thousands of people left homeless by the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo in June 1991.

Mt. Pinatubo eruption is considered as the second largest volcanic eruption of the 20th century. It erupted after being dormant for 500 years.

Mt. Pinatubo is located in Luzon about 90 kilometers or 55 miles northwest of Manila.

I got this photo from my other blog while searching for information about izotope.