20 September 2010

Starting Anew.

One of the reasons I'm glad I attended the Wedding Workshop was that I realized I don't know enough about wedding photography. I now feel silly going out there on weddings knowing only so little. The workshop has taught me a lot. Right now, I feel like I have a chance to start anew. I feel like I'm more ready. And more inspired.

And oh, I'm also lusting over the right equipment for wedding photography. I NEED two more lenses and both cost an arm and a leg. But dear gods of photography, I deserve them, right? :D

Here are some behind-the-scenes photos from the workshop.


The master, Oly, giving us instructions.


My classmates on our way to Manila Pen's fountain.


Chatting in between shots.


It was held at the beautiful Peninsula Manila.


My classmates, just before our group shot class picture. :)

And because I cannot NOT take photos of food...
Sadly though, I wasn't able to take photos of our food on the first day.







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Liza September 21, 2010 at 1:16 PM  

WOW~ how can you know so little when your wedding shots are already sooo amazing?! I wish I can go to a photography workshop too, or maybe at least be your student one day :-)

Your food photos are always so great and so "maka-gutom'!

Tita Lou September 21, 2010 at 8:32 PM  

I lust over your food pictures!

JoPiE September 22, 2010 at 2:43 PM  

Ai, I can only imagine how your upcoming wedding photos will look like -- EVEN MORE AMAZING!

Liz, atong saboton si Aileen nga we'll be her students one day. Sugot ka, Ai? :-)

Aileen Siroy September 22, 2010 at 5:13 PM  

Liza said...
WOW~ how can you know so little when your wedding shots are already sooo amazing?! I wish I can go to a photography workshop too, or maybe at least be your student one day :-)

Your food photos are always so great and so "maka-gutom'!

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Thanks, Liz! But there's still too much to learn. Workshops are wonderful! And maybe, one day we can learn from each other. You know a lot na to be my student uy! :)

Aileen Siroy September 22, 2010 at 5:14 PM  

Tita Lou said...
I lust over your food pictures!

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Thank you, Tita! These were really yummy!
And thank you for calling me! :)

Aileen Siroy September 22, 2010 at 5:17 PM  

JoPiE said...
Ai, I can only imagine how your upcoming wedding photos will look like -- EVEN MORE AMAZING!

Liz, atong saboton si Aileen nga we'll be her students one day. Sugot ka, Ai? :-)

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You really are the kindest, Jops. Thank you.

You and Liz are amazing photographers na uy! And I think you already know a lot, too. I'll share what I know, one day, when the three of us are in one place. :)

Liza September 29, 2010 at 3:25 PM  

JOPIE: Cuz, absolutely!!! I'll sign up for that! Sus, Ai--I don't know a lot. I guess I just know enough to come up with a decent shot but I can definitely use some help on techniques.

Wait a minute...what do you guys mean "upcoming wedding"? Really? Hala, WHEN? Did I miss a blog about this? Oh my God, so exciting!!! :-)

Aileen Siroy September 29, 2010 at 7:45 PM  

Liza said...
JOPIE: Cuz, absolutely!!! I'll sign up for that! Sus, Ai--I don't know a lot. I guess I just know enough to come up with a decent shot but I can definitely use some help on techniques.

Wait a minute...what do you guys mean "upcoming wedding"? Really? Hala, WHEN? Did I miss a blog about this? Oh my God, so exciting!!! :-)

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You don't know a lot pa with that kind of photos you produce? Seriously, your photos are amazing na!

Regarding 'upcoming wedding' -- hahaha! Cute kaayo ka Liz. :) But I think Jopie meant other people's weddings I'll shoot. But I know you got that. :) *grin*

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