Travel Book 2015 [Summer Edition] - Lens Project: Baguio City and the North







Having a hard time taking photos in session road (like this one) because we are walking,
still the photo went good.

I got fascinated by this woman so i took a stolen shot of her

The ever famous Ukay shopping spree in Baguio City

Inside the Baguio City First United Methodist Church


The photos taken above are from my trip in Baguio City if you could remember that trip. Documenting a place that you've been in is a way of preserving memories for generations.

Which ones do you like?
Are you a pro in photography? please give me some advise about the photos i taken above. :)

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stevevhan

23 comments:

  1. I am not a pro photographer but I like your photos. They tell something about your travel.

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  2. I like the stolen shots of the woman!.
    Haven't been to Baguio, but had seen a lot of pictures there, so para nakapunta na rin:)

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    1. Parang nandun na din po pala, well, i'll look for place sa ibang bansa para parang nakapunta na din. :)

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  3. Hi! Nice captures. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Actually, I have never been to Baguio yet but this is one of the places I would like to visit talaga hehe... it's on my bucket list!

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    1. Yes Blue, you should, para kang nasa korea aside from the fact na malamig doon, marami ding koreans! ahahahah. korean-feel talaga. :)

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  5. Thanks for Sharing steve and thanks for dropping by sa blog ko ^_^

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    1. Always blue, you have always been a part of my blogging life, my old blogging friends has always a special part of my writing

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  6. some of my favorite photos are action shots and people don't even know I'm getting them. I like the woman too. I like them all!

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    1. It's kinda awkward sometimes if they see you taking a stolen shot of them, hahahha. Thanks maam!

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  7. i love the colours and different tones of your photos, and how they evoke very specific moods :)

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    1. Thanks sean, i appreciate this very much. :) i thought really made it bad here. :)

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  8. I love your photos, especially the stolen shot you took of that lady!!! I am so sorry to hear how hot it is where you are. Today was pretty hot here in Montreal and humid, and I have trouble when it is too humid, as I have to make sure I don't get sick. As well, I have osteoarthritis and the high heat and humidity just make it painful.

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    1. Thanks. Aw. That's kinda painful! :(

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  9. it's been years since I last visited baguio, hope to go there again soon. it's so hot here in manila :(

    nice photos, btw :)

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    1. True Tal, that's a perfect place to visit in summer. :) Thanks.

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  10. So many great pictures! Thanks for sharing!
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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  11. namiss ko bigla ang baguio! especially walking along session road.
    keep up the good photos, steve. :)

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