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Sun, Sand and the Beach – Summer Photoshoot Fortune Island Batangas

Models: AJ Belario and Enrique Tumbaga with: Macoy Capanzana and Dchelannie Melendez Location: Fortune Island Nasugbu Batangas Photographer: Me Camera: Canon EOS M3 Mirrorless 18-55 kit lens Filter: Massa UV Filter Here are the results of the “buwis buhay” photoshoot we did on Fortune Island Nasugbu Batangas. If you’re wondering why we called it such, read my post on our experience here. Special thanks to everyone who made this possible (names above hehehe). You guys made the rough and bumpy ride less scary and more enjoyable. Incoming search terms:codenames com

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2017 Philippine Hot Air Balloon Festival Philippines

2017 Philippine Hot Air Balloon Festival Philippines Feb 12, 2017 we headed off to Clark for the annual Hot Air Balloon Festival. It was a cold morning, 3am and the temperature outside was colder than the car’s air conditioning. When we arrived, there was of course lots of people, some were there as early as 12 midnight. This was the last day of the festival so we expected a lot of people, but not this much. We were stuck in line to buy tickets, it was crowded and people were…

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My Cousin’s Wedding – My Canon EOS M3’s First Wedding Experience

My Cousin’s Wedding – My Canon EOS M3’s First Wedding Experience I attended my cousin’s wedding last April 18, 2016 at the Malate Church tagging along with me my Canon EOS M3 camera with the kit lens. After having experienced carrying the bulky Canon 500d DSLR on trips, I realized how convenient it was to carry around the Canon M3. It was obviously smaller, lighter and not as attention grabbing as the huge DSLR. I placed the camera in a blue Igloo insulated lunch box which I bought at Landmark.…

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Flash Photography with the Canon EOS M3

My favorite experimental shot, a canned soda under running water in the sink! Testing the Canon M3‘s flash and fast shutter speed. This is featuring Sprite Zero in can! EXIF Data: Aperture: f/4.5 to f/5.6 Shutter Speed: 1/125 ISO 100 55mm I had to edit the photos to adjust brightness, contrast and a bunch of other different things.

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