Starting 2015 With A Bang At The PPAC In Hong Kong


KOWLOON, HONG KONGABSOLUTELY, of what makes this year 2015, great Year of the Green Wooden Sheep, and another great year for me, (and wishing to all of us) sealed with another boom and bang was the recent success of the Professional Photographers Asia Conference held at the Pentahotel in KowloonHong Kong.

Together with International Master Photographers like Brian Smith, Zabrina Deng, Jeremy Chan, Jose Luis Guardia Vasquez & JLuis Guardia, Bevis Chu, Philip Tsang, as well as with Joao Venture, the Professional Photographer Asia Conference, one of the most important event in the industry that focuses on the creative and technical aspects of wedding and portrait photography and as well as in the field of filmmaking for professional and aspiring photographers spotted another milieu of success.


And it was, really a great honor, sharing our most acclaimed award winning photography works and mentoring the big, big world of overseas wedding photography in an intimate hands on environment, teaching how today’s growing aspiring photographers how to create stunning images from the camera.

Of course, our gratefulness to Miss Alison Chang for inviting us to be part of the success and memorably, become one of the speakers together with such great masters, influential photographers in Asia and celebrity photographers whose primary aim is to inspires and provides professional photographers on absolute creative composition, creating award winning images, portfolio building and summing up with ultimate greatness in post production as they go venturing such journey to success conquering all the elements of challenges both in photography and filmmaking.


Anyhow, it was really an inspiring moment of success, and memorable ones attributed during my stay in Hong Kong with such warm welcome and such fun having with Luis dela Guardia Vasquez and his father on the first day, Muchas Gracias, Senor!

And all it was…there was I with such claim of honor and greatness with my X30 and XT1 Fujifilm cameras at the recently successful Professional Photographer Asia Conference.

One Spectacular Wedding Gala Night


ABSOLUTELY and definitely not maybe, it was the most spectacular and breathtaking Friday night to wind-up this year’s engagament in wedding photography at Manila Polo Club located at McKinley Road, Forbes Park in Makati City.

Almost close in celebrating the coming new year, Brian and Cheryl decided to vowed each other’s perpetual love beforehand with such amazing fireworks best seen during the celebration of the new year instantly prompting the festive and remarkable merriment the new life brings as the fast approaching new year upholds.

It was really a one astounding wedding engagement so amazing not only to be shared but to remember for the rest of our lives, capturing every great moments using of course my ever reliable Fujifilm XT1 with 10-24mm F4 Fujinon lens, a one momentous wedding ceremony ever. Nevertheless, as we all wait for the coming 2015, let me be the very first to congratulate in best wishes and greet the wonderful couple, a very Happy New Year in advance to the newly weds Brian & Cheryl.

And There Was Happiness At The Manila Polo Club.


Reframing the lighter side of life. Where happiness happens at the Manila Polo Club.

What I really like about life is spending it with happy friends and great colleagues. Now that Christmas, time of merrying and festive celebration is all around the corner, I enjoy life more with happy moments and yes, those wacky images. Time to rekindle life a much more lighter that I should.

It was really fun and exciting meeting back again my team at the Manila Polo Club. Fine dining with lots of stories delivered and told, stories that beget loving memories. Drinking with merriment and enthralled with every words and images that came forth for such a great bonding moments, fondling it more to embrace those extra adoring experiences, more of it like a celebration of life.

Altering my point of view, now I remember what Pres. John F. Kennedy charged the Americans with the words “Ask not what your country can do for you – ask what you can do for your country.” Encouraging all of us to rethink our rights and obligations.

Thus, for the lighter side, I mean for the brighter side of life, why not asking again each and everyone of us, “Ask not what your happiness can do for you, ask what you can do for your happiness.” To make things better and enjoy more of what we called…happy life.

And there goes again my happy feet at the Manila Polo Club with great friends and acquaintances, and there was I…there was life!