Sampalok Lake, San Pablo Laguna

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sampalok lake

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sampalok lake

RangefinderFilipinas walkabout in san pablo laguna. One of the 7 lakes is the Sampalok lake with a view of Mt. Banahaw and a peaceful community beside the lake. Shots taken with shanghai 58+jupiter 8 lens+neopan 400

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The first RangefinderFilipinas workshop: The Camera

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The First RangefinderFilipinas Workshop

The workshop will include the history of the camera with samples of these cameras to be presented in the workshop from large format viewcameras to rangefinders, from twin lens reflex to slrs. An introduction will also be shared on the types of films to be used and where to get them at this digital age. Getting the right photograph not necessarily means getting the most expensive digital cameras of today but learning what tools to use and how to use them well is the key.

Visit:
http://www.rangefinderfilipinas.com
email: info@rangefinderfilipinas.com

Ugu’s pottery garden

Ugu Bigyan is the owner of ugu’s pottery garden were place was designed and built by the owner himself for pottery workshops.located in southern tagalog region lusacan tiaong quezon. It offers set meal for lunch consisted of clam soup, calamares, shrimp with chili sauce, tahong and the famous kulawo (banana blossom) and paco (fern) salad.

University of santo tomas

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The Cross-atop the tower of the Main Building signifies the Catholic mission of the University.

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Randy composing his photograph with his mamiya press 6×9 camera

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what i mostly like in UST is the structure of the main building which is the famous landmarks of all universities. Designed and engineered by a priest in 16th century during the spanish period and it is the first earthquake-proof building in the country.

I went there last sunday with Randy and took photograph of the building.