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“THE BEAUTY OF BLACK AND WHITE”
I have always been fascinated with portraiture. Especially the ones done in black and white. They give a sense of elegant beauty and richness to a model who poses for a monochrome portrait. It gives an impression of mystery and passion to a photo, which may be considered “dull” if given color.
This is a test shot of a lovely telephoto lens I got my hands on in Hidalgo. It was a Nikon 100mm Series E lens, another lens from my beloved Series E Nikon lenses. The asking price for the lens was quite high for its price, but for that price, every centavo is worth spending, considering you get photos as beautiful as this (the subject is beautiful, of course), with a dinky plastic lens :)

Shot using a NIKON D5000NIKON 100mm F/2.8 Series E100mm F/2.8ISO 200EXPOSURE TIME 1/15
Nikon D5000  |   1/15th

“THE BEAUTY OF BLACK AND WHITE”

I have always been fascinated with portraiture. Especially the ones done in black and white. They give a sense of elegant beauty and richness to a model who poses for a monochrome portrait. It gives an impression of mystery and passion to a photo, which may be considered “dull” if given color.

This is a test shot of a lovely telephoto lens I got my hands on in Hidalgo. It was a Nikon 100mm Series E lens, another lens from my beloved Series E Nikon lenses. The asking price for the lens was quite high for its price, but for that price, every centavo is worth spending, considering you get photos as beautiful as this (the subject is beautiful, of course), with a dinky plastic lens :)

Shot using a NIKON D5000
NIKON 100mm F/2.8 Series E
100mm F/2.8
ISO 200
EXPOSURE TIME 1/15

(Source: vestphotography)

"THE BEAUTY OF BLACK AND WHITE"
I have always been fascinated with portraiture. Especially the ones done in black and white. They give a sense of elegant beauty and richness to a model who poses for a monochrome portrait. It gives an impression of mystery and passion to a photo, which may be considered “dull” if given color.
This is a test shot of a lovely telephoto lens I got my hands on in Hidalgo. It was a Nikon 100mm Series E lens, another lens from my beloved Series E Nikon lenses. The asking price for the lens was quite high for its price, but for that price, every centavo is worth spending, considering you get photos as beautiful as this (the subject is beautiful, of course), with a dinky plastic lens :)

Shot using a NIKON D5000NIKON 100mm F/2.8 Series E100mm F/2.8ISO 200EXPOSURE TIME 1/15
Nikon D5000  |   1/15th

"THE BEAUTY OF BLACK AND WHITE"

I have always been fascinated with portraiture. Especially the ones done in black and white. They give a sense of elegant beauty and richness to a model who poses for a monochrome portrait. It gives an impression of mystery and passion to a photo, which may be considered “dull” if given color.

This is a test shot of a lovely telephoto lens I got my hands on in Hidalgo. It was a Nikon 100mm Series E lens, another lens from my beloved Series E Nikon lenses. The asking price for the lens was quite high for its price, but for that price, every centavo is worth spending, considering you get photos as beautiful as this (the subject is beautiful, of course), with a dinky plastic lens :)

Shot using a NIKON D5000
NIKON 100mm F/2.8 Series E
100mm F/2.8
ISO 200
EXPOSURE TIME 1/15

aagnessie asked: 9! :D

Japanese food especially Tempura and Yakisoba :) ALAM MO YAN! :>

aagnessie replied to your post: Am back! :D

aba aba! may internet ka na! :D

OHHHH YEEES! :)))) SO HAPPY TO BE BACK! :D

aagnessie replied to your post: 1!

BWAHAHAHAHA!

TINANONG MO EH! :)))

aagnessie asked: 1!

Topless na bakat ribs ko tapos maong na shorts :))))))

vestphotography:

“OLD MANILA”
I personally love this shot of the Pasig River along with the barge and the old building behind it. A monochrome picture plus a dramatic scene is a match made in heaven :) Just be careful not to drop your camera into the waters below ;)

Shot using a NIKON D5000AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR30mm F/22ISO 2800EXPOSURE TIME 1/4000
Nikon D5000  |    f/22  |   1/4000th

vestphotography:

“OLD MANILA”

I personally love this shot of the Pasig River along with the barge and the old building behind it. A monochrome picture plus a dramatic scene is a match made in heaven :) Just be careful not to drop your camera into the waters below ;)

Shot using a NIKON D5000
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR
30mm F/22
ISO 2800
EXPOSURE TIME 1/4000

"OLD MANILA"
I personally love this shot of the Pasig River along with the barge and the old building behind it. A monochrome picture plus a dramatic scene is a match made in heaven :) Just be careful not to drop your camera into the waters below ;)

Shot using a NIKON D5000AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR30mm F/22ISO 2800EXPOSURE TIME 1/4000
Nikon D5000  |    f/22  |   1/4000th

"OLD MANILA"

I personally love this shot of the Pasig River along with the barge and the old building behind it. A monochrome picture plus a dramatic scene is a match made in heaven :) Just be careful not to drop your camera into the waters below ;)

Shot using a NIKON D5000
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR
30mm F/22
ISO 2800
EXPOSURE TIME 1/4000

aagnessie answered your question: Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 or Samyang 8mm f/3.5 fisheye…

pahiramin nalang kita nung tammy!

Gusto ko pangmatagalan na paghiraaam :P

"PATH OF TIMES PAST"
Another photo of the path which had the year printed on the archaic bricks. See? They had 1989, 1981 and others bearing 1861. Just amazed with how these bricks stood the test of time and are silent witnesses to the histories that occurred as these bricks were laid.

Shot using a NIKON D5000AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR42mm F/5.3ISO 1600EXPOSURE TIME 1/320
Nikon D5000  |    f/5.3  |   1/320th

"PATH OF TIMES PAST"

Another photo of the path which had the year printed on the archaic bricks. See? They had 1989, 1981 and others bearing 1861. Just amazed with how these bricks stood the test of time and are silent witnesses to the histories that occurred as these bricks were laid.

Shot using a NIKON D5000
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR
42mm F/5.3
ISO 1600
EXPOSURE TIME 1/320

"1861"
There’s this pathway along the fort surrounding the walls of Intramuros that really intrigued me. The pathway, paved with bricks are etched with numbers. 1861… 1981… 1861… 1861… 1981. As I found out, those were actually the years the bricks were from. 1861! Imagine that, that that brick was from the time Jose Rizal was born! Amazing. Simply amazing being able to hypothetically walk through this pathway and go back in time. :)
Shot using a NIKON D5000AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR18mm F/3.5ISO 200EXPOSURE TIME 1/400
Nikon D5000  |    f/3.5  |   1/400th

"1861"

There’s this pathway along the fort surrounding the walls of Intramuros that really intrigued me. The pathway, paved with bricks are etched with numbers. 1861… 1981… 1861… 1861… 1981. As I found out, those were actually the years the bricks were from. 1861! Imagine that, that that brick was from the time Jose Rizal was born! Amazing. Simply amazing being able to hypothetically walk through this pathway and go back in time. :)

Shot using a NIKON D5000
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR
18mm F/3.5
ISO 200
EXPOSURE TIME 1/400
"PHOTOGRAPHER AT WORK"
This is a portrait of my friend Agnes (aagnessie). She’s the friend I was with the entire day during our accidental photo walk. :))) She’s really a good friend of mine and an equally great budding photographer as well. She’s somewhat my understudy, and I train her with my continually expanding knowledge in photography. :) Do follow her guys, she has an amazing eye for photos. Trust me, I can vouch for her. :D

Shot using a NIKON D5000AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR52mm F/5.6ISO 200EXPOSURE TIME 1/320
Nikon D5000  |    f/5.6  |   1/320th

"PHOTOGRAPHER AT WORK"

This is a portrait of my friend Agnes (aagnessie). She’s the friend I was with the entire day during our accidental photo walk. :))) She’s really a good friend of mine and an equally great budding photographer as well. She’s somewhat my understudy, and I train her with my continually expanding knowledge in photography. :) Do follow her guys, she has an amazing eye for photos. Trust me, I can vouch for her. :D

Shot using a NIKON D5000
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR
52mm F/5.6
ISO 200
EXPOSURE TIME 1/320

"GATEWAY TO CHINATOWN"
Ever experienced being on the brink of dying in the name of photography? I just did this afternoon.
This can probably be my most "BUWIS BUHAY" shot of the today. :)) Shot in the middle of Jones Bridge, a bridge that connects Manila to Binondo, this was an integral passageway. And with that comes many vehicles. MANY VEHICLES. I was shooting in the center island of the bridge while Agnes (aagnessie), my friend, stood guard on whether I was about to be run over. We took turns taking photos of the bridge, while the other one stood guard. :))) 
SUCH AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE.

Shot using a NIKON D5000AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR18mm F/3.5ISO 200EXPOSURE TIME 1/2500
Nikon D5000  |    f/3.5  |   1/2500th

"GATEWAY TO CHINATOWN"

Ever experienced being on the brink of dying in the name of photography? I just did this afternoon.

This can probably be my most "BUWIS BUHAY" shot of the today. :)) Shot in the middle of Jones Bridge, a bridge that connects Manila to Binondo, this was an integral passageway. And with that comes many vehicles. MANY VEHICLES. I was shooting in the center island of the bridge while Agnes (aagnessie), my friend, stood guard on whether I was about to be run over. We took turns taking photos of the bridge, while the other one stood guard. :))) 

SUCH AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE.

Shot using a NIKON D5000
AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-55mm F/3.5-5.6 VR
18mm F/3.5
ISO 200
EXPOSURE TIME 1/2500

Pardon this test shot. :)) This was taken using a AI-S Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Series E lens,  the lens I have been searching for so long. Never imagined I would find it in Hidalgo during our accidental photo walk escapade with Agnes (aagnessie). :D An AI-S lens, meaning no metering and no autofocus on my camera, meaning I’d really be going back to basics…and learn re-everything :) This lens is like dirt cheap. I can tell you the price of it but I’d have to kill you. =))) HAHAHAHA!

Shot using a NIKON D5000AI-S Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Series E 50mm F/1.8ISO 200EXPOSURE TIME 1/250
Nikon D5000  |   1/250th

Pardon this test shot. :)) This was taken using a AI-S Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Series E lens,  the lens I have been searching for so long. Never imagined I would find it in Hidalgo during our accidental photo walk escapade with Agnes (aagnessie). :D An AI-S lens, meaning no metering and no autofocus on my camera, meaning I’d really be going back to basics…and learn re-everything :) This lens is like dirt cheap. I can tell you the price of it but I’d have to kill you. =))) HAHAHAHA!

Shot using a NIKON D5000
AI-S Nikon 50mm f/1.8 Series E 
50mm F/1.8
ISO 200
EXPOSURE TIME 1/250

aagnessie replied to your post: Probably the most fruitful day of June…EVER!

MEHEHE. Isa paaaa!

Leggo! :D