Here in this part of Metro Manila you will find one of the nicest sunset. With proper exposure, you will attain a beautiful photograph.
Here's the exif info of this photo:
Focal Length 18 mm
Focal Length 18.3 mm
ISO Speed 200
Exposure Bias+0.33 EV
More exif info here: Manila Bay Golden Hour Exif
A vertical panoramic view of one of the docks in Corregidor Island. Being stranded for 1 day (supposed to be 2 days and 1 night) is a good thing, well for me, because I had a chance to photograph some of the key places in the island.
A vertical panoramic vier of the interior design of San Jose Chapel in Corregidor Island, it is located behind tall trees, and sandwiched between the South and North Dock.
The lighthouse on Topside is one of the oldest landmarks in Corregidor. A lighthouse was built by the Spaniards and lit for the first time in 1853. The lighting apparatus was improved in 1897 and the grounds further improved by the Americans. During WWII, the lighthouse was reduced to ruins during the siege of Corregidor. A rehabilitated lighthouse stands on the same spot where the first lighthouse once stood.
from Wikipedia: Corregidor Lighthouse
I finally figured out how to make a vertical panorama, I don't know if the other panorama stitcher has the same way of stitching photos, but mine, Hugin Panorama Creator Linux is a bit tricky, it took me 7 months to figure out how to do it, but it works! 10 photos stitched vertically.
Taken at my girlfriend's grandmother's backyard rice field.
These are the collection of sunrise and sunset photos from everywhere.
Hi, it's been ages since I last wrote something here, sorry for being busy, but you can check my Twitter account (@jobad) for my micro blogging stuff.
Well anyway, 2010 is one of the best year for me, a lot of things happened and a lot of things have changed, as I twitted before "Thank you 2010" and Thank God for everything
Today I'm going to highlight a set of photos I've taken from the past months. Continue reading