The only time you should look in your neighbor's bowl, is to make sure they have enough. You don't look in your neighbor's bowl to see if you have as much as them._Louis C.K.
Haven't opened Photoshop in weeks; so darn busy with my nine to five job. Good thing, a staff of ours brought me some Rambutan. Creepy fruits, oh yes..gave me a tiny boost of creativity.
“Busy with the ugliness of the expensive success
“Time spent with a cat is never wasted.”
2007...5MP Olympus point and shoot..received an inquiry through e-mail today. Follow this link for the best answer on the whole wide net.
Dimas then went on, "Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom."
One of my favorite Lenten reflections is the unlikely faith of the penitent thief. This photo is a repost. You can read the original feature here.
I shot this beautiful sculpture last February, at the Mactan Int'l Airport, Cebu. It's made from salvaged driftwood and stainless steel frames. I created a simple digital collage using this photo, and something that I grabbed from the net. This is my first mixed media project for this year, which you can view here. Finally, I started something for my "MANIPULATIONS" page. I'm digging collage art once again. An old flame's back!
This is one of my earliest manipulations, done in Photoshop CS2, back in 2007. Years ago, I used a lot of pictures taken from the VGA cam of my old Motorola RAZR to practice digital collaging and other similar stuff. I'm particularly proud of this piece for it was inspired by my son, Robin. He turned 23 today and I know, I can never give him a greater gift as he gave me_INSPIRATION. Happy Birthday Son!
Take the time to make some sense
Happy Birthday to the Maestro, David Singer.
It is difficult for the common good to prevail against the intense concentration of those
This photo was taken at Casa Gorordo in Cebu. My next feature will be about this well-preserved ancestral house. Just can't get enough of antiques! =)
I skipped the "Wat Phra Kaew" feature, and instead I uploaded photos from my recent vacation in Cebu. We visited the oldest residential home in the Philippines, the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House. It's a haven of antiques that culture fanatics will simply love. Read the full post here.
Five years later, last December, I visited Wat Phra Kaew once again; this time, with my daughter. It took a while to decide whether to take all the "heavy" stuff or not; but in the end, I just brought my handy Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W380. Even with the occasional vignette and softness at the corners, it's 24mm wide lens fared well with all the complex angles of some architectural shots.
As with shooting roofs and pediments (normally I use long lens), I underestimated what this tiny tool can do. Although noise and compression artifacts can annoy the more meticulous, I can't afford to bother on those issues. Slowly, with a problematic wrist, I'm managing to resize, edit, and upload the pictures on my next feature. I can't wait to publish it. But as I said, am going sloooowly...What a terrible blogger I've become these days. =)
View gallery here.