A photo shot by my cousin in which I converted into black and white.
“Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is.”
I was really honored that I was invited by my IG friend to participate a photography community called PhilPitik, so I decided to dig up my files that were kept for years. Being a student note taker, it is indeed a great idea to apply the lessons that I learned from the photography class that I’ve worked with.
“Daryang” (My niece)
“Ready To Dance”
“Paired: No Entry for Other Love”
“Raise It Up”
“Morning Talk (The Bird and The Carabao)”
“Lift Me Up 1.1”
“Lift Me Up 1.0”
“Lady In Red 2.0”
“A head shot or headshot is a specific type of portrait (usually a photograph) that realistically demonstrates a person’s appearance for branding or casting. Many head shots are promotional pictures of actors, models, authors. Headshots could be a portrait of a face or full body with a background that clearly illustrate the personality inside the person photographed.”
I love portrait sketching and on the other side capturing “headshot” is the best way to illustrate human emotion, especially when stolen. The best way to communicate your audience.
One Look (2016)
Critical Thinker (2011)
Infinite Blithe (2011)
With a Smile (2011)
The Look (2011)
Toy Story (2013)
I know I Can! (2016)
Fill my cup please.. (2016)
Descendant (Kaamulan Festival 2016)
Down Under (2016)
I always had the interest of exploring the art world like doing all the plausible creation which is basically based on my own perception. As they said being in the arts field of interest is limitless. There is no written boundary on how you create a certain masterpiece.
It actually allows me to discover new things when I tried to explore the creative world of arts. I did photography though I know from my self that I am still struggling. I tried sketching, doodling and backyard art like recycle thrashy materials for my house. Then few days ago, I explored the world of light painting by using my ios phone with the application installed on it. It was actually a suggestion from my experienced cousin who is a known photographer in our town.
It was indeed a feeling of great achievement in my life. When I was doing it, I even allow my cousins to witnessed whilst I was playing around with my phone. It is very spontaneous and emotionally driven piece, which is of course it was based in my own comprehension and interpretation.
And the following pictures are the result:
•Smile Now, Cry Later•