Can I get a big version for a print? I feel link framing this and hanging it in my office.
I just got it up on my Zazzle store, so you can check it out there. Just click here. The sizes available are Portfolio, Small, & Large. So, I’m not gonna be giving out big versions for people to print out themselves. Sorry mate! Hope ya’ll understand! Haha
I love your manual photography cheat sheet, it's so cool looking. I would love to have a small poster of it that I could hang on my wall in the office with some of my other photo memorabilia. I think it would be cool on a t-shirt as well. Have you thought of offering this for sale, perhaps through cafepress or zazzle or some similar site?
Thank you! Yeah, that’s great idea! I’m actually working on it right now. Hopefully it’ll be available for prints @ Zazzle soon. I’ll let you guys know! I just have to work on a few things before I can sell the prints. :)
I just read your reply to my ask crush post. Kinilig naman ako sa wink. hihi. lol :"> It's just sad that we probably wouldn't meet. I would love to learn photography from people my age. I'm only starting. :D
Haha! Well, hopefully you don’t lose the interest!
So, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the ads found at the top of my page. Haha! Don’t worry guys, they’re not spam or virus at all, they’re completely safe to click, but that’s all up to you! These links send you to real websites with content that relate to the content in my page, so don’t worry about it. :)
You mentioned you were wondering about my settings, and seeing that you’re a Canon, I wasn’t so sure how I was gonna help you out. So you were kind of the reason why I made the Cheat Sheet for the Manual Mode on cameras! I’m not so good with explaining just through text, so I thought explaining it in a visual way would help more. Hope this helps you with your Canon T2i! :)
So I started a new project, and it’s a cheat sheet for the Manual mode on cameras. A lot of people have been asking me how I do my settings, so this is kind of a way for me to show you guys how to master the Manual mode on your cameras. Ever since I learned how to use Manual, I never went back to Auto, or in my camera’s case, Program. Hopefully this’ll help, cause right now I’m not sure if it will, so I’ll just give it a try! So, stick around cause I’m almost done with the cheat sheet! :)
I admire your work, it is absolutely amazing. What inspired you to pick up a camera and start taking beautiful photos? and what are your aspirations for the future?
Thank you!! :) Well, my dad was pretty much into photography when he was a teenager, so I guess I kinda got it from him! As well as my brother! I started taking photos when I was a freshman in high school though, and I never stopped. As for what I wanna do with my life, I still have four more years in college to figure that out, but right now I think making my own design and photography company after coming back here in my country would be great!
i just have to say that i super admire your photography skills! i'm an newbie at photography but one day i hope to make it in the big world and i'm glad i can look up to your photography! (and totally jealous of all the travelling you've done!) :D
sorry, but it wasn't really a question! hahaha :P
Thank you so much! This really means a lot! :) Good luck!
I love how your pictures look vintage! can you tell me how you did it? I really don't know how to do it with the settings on my cam! thanks btw :)
Well, it’s not really the settings on my camera that gives the vintage effect. I use Photoshop together with Alien Skin Exposure 3.0 to get that vintage look. You can check out my FAQs about the Alien Skin Software. :)
What college are you applying for, might I ask? :D And um, why didn't you have to take the SATs?
I applied for the School of Visual Arts in New York, and I already got accepted a couple of weeks ago! SVA doesn’t require SATs for international applicants, although they do require the Toefl exam. It’s an exam you have to take if english isn’t the primary language in your country.