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Featured Photo: Bumblebee

Feature Photo: Bumblebee Bumblebee Photographer’s note: F/5.6, 1/400, ISO 160, Panasonic GX1, Panasonic 12-35mm 2.8View full post »

Simala, Cebu – Revisited in Color

Simala, Cebu – Revisited in Color The Miracles in Simala   The Miracles in Simala   The Miracles in Simala   The Miracles in Simala   The Miracles in Simala   The Miracles in Simala Photographer’s note:View full post »

Think Tank Retrospective 5 Bag Review

My Think Tank Retrospective 5 Bag Review. Hey guys, I have been so busy lately with a lot of stuffs… but finally I have the time to write. I wanted to make a blog article about my search for the “perfect” everyday cameraView full post »

100 Couples Wedding by Pag-IBIG

100 Couples Wedding by Pag-IBIG Fund, “I do. I do. Araw ng Pag-IBIG” on February 14, 2013 held at Kyle’s Restobar in Tacloban City. This  free wedding event was graced by the Mayor of Tacloban City, Hon. Alfred RomualdezView full post »

Featured Photo: The Red Crab

Featured Photo: The Red Crab Oh one of my favorite food stops in Manila… enough said, just try it. And photographically speaking again, I could not imagine bringing my big fat Nikon DSLR for travel… it doesn’t really makeView full post »

Beyond Rule of Thirds

Beyond Rule of Thirds Rule of thirds probably is one of the most used and important techniques in composition. Ironically it tends to become a cliché if used left and right without minding the other elements in a shot. Remember (a reminderView full post »

Batu Caves, Malaysia

Batu Caves, Malaysia – featuring 272-steps to climb up to the cave, 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur. A gigantic statue of Lord Murugan hovers in front of the cave. One of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, it isView full post »

San Antonio de Padua Church in Sulangan, Samar 2

San Antonio de Padua Church in Sulangan, Samar is a pilgrim site. It has thousands of devotees to its patron saint – “San Antonio de Padua”, who has probably performed a lot of miraculous intercessions that made thisView full post »

Yong Tau Foo in Ampang, Malaysia

Yong Tau Foo in Ampang, Malaysia. Authentic Malaysian food? Yeah you got it… It is a tofu (beancurd) stuffed with meat, vegetables and spices. They stuff it together with okra, eggplant, bitter gourd and even on big chili pepper.View full post »

San Antonio de Padua Church in Sulangan, Samar

I got the opportunity to go back recently to hear mass at the San Antonio de Padua Church in Sulangan, Samar. I brought along my 2 Micro 4/3s camera – it is indeed unobtrusive compared to a DSLR – I actually got more keepersView full post »

A new look for www.xdayv.com

Hi. I woke up this morning and first thing I did was visit my “new” site – it was in some way fresh to view it, almost like a dawn of a new beginning hahaha, nah… just exaggerating. (FYI: I thought it was longView full post »

Featured Photo: Kumon Medal

Featured Photo: Kumon Medal Kumon Medal Photographer’s note: F/2.8, 1/320, ISO 800, Panasonic GX1, Panasonic 20mm 1.7 Feel free to interact with my blog articles, either by adding a comment below this article, or drop me an email. ThanksView full post »

Featured Photo: Puppy Love

Featured Photo: Puppy Love Puppy Love Photographer’s note: F/1.7, 1/15, ISO 1600, Panasonic GX1, Panasonic 20mm 1.7 Feel free to interact with my blog articles, either by adding a comment below this article, or drop me an email. Thanks forView full post »

The more, the merrier?

The more, the merrier? I had only one originally. Then I had two. Then it was four this year. Then it was six about a month ago. Blessings?   Puppy Love Photographer’s note: F/1.7, 1/80, ISO 1600, Panasonic GX1, Panasonic 20mmView full post »

Panasonic GX1

Well I’m here sharing my thoughts on the Panasonic GX1. Why just now? Yes it took me a while to get this. This was a natural path upgrade from the coveted Panasonic GF1, my first Micro 4/3s camera. My upgrade was halted a bit becauseView full post »

Improving Skin Tones on the Panasonic G3

I have been a Panasonic GF1 user when I started to use the Micro 4/3 system a couple of years ago. The GF1’s default raw files needed some tweaking to get pleasing results. It had the strong magenta cast (sorry I’m notView full post »

Megapixel

The first question I would most popularly face from someone asking about digital cameras is “How many megapixels?…”. For some of us who have been into photography, we all know it’s certainly more than justView full post »

X

What is with the letter X anyway? photographically speaking. I’m referring to the name of the camera models lately… have they ran out of choices out of the 26 letters of the alphabet? I’ll try to mention the ones thatView full post »