Fiesta is one of my favorite things in the province.
For one, you are served with not just one, not just two, not just three, (okay, I actually lost count) but many dishes that you can imagine. It even doubles because whenever you visit a relative’s house, they surely will make you eat. I have three aunts who celebrated that day’s festivity, by the way.
Secondly, being the Culinary Capital of the country, Kapampangans cook the best tasting dishes ever. Partially bias, I know, but I’ve never really had bad-tasting food by someone who hails from Pampanga.
My first three rolls of film with my Holga 120N were a series of failures. My only problem with it was the bulb switch. I got so confused. When I googled it, I found out that I should’ve used B for night time and N for daylight because of its 1/100 shutter speed. That was why my indoor photos were dark and the outdoor ones were so bright.
But nevertheless I think the photos below can pass as lomography photos. I got into double exposures and somehow managed to create “artsy” enough images. LOL.
Photos were taken in 2012
Posting this so I have pictures under the Photography > Film tab. I’m still looking for the photos I took with my Nikon N65 (for our Photojournalism class) which were put in a CD when we had them developed. Most times I think that having this light Macbook Air is better without the CD-Rom but sometimes I think otherwise.
Went back to Pampanga to celebrate the birthday of my mother’s sister Nanay Mely. It was such a great day to be there albeit the heat. Thanks to my very loud family (something Kapampangans are known for besides food LOL), we all had so much fun just talking and reminiscing the good ol’ times. My older cousins used to just baby sit us, now we drink with them too. Hehe. Special mention btw to whoever invented the air conditioning unit. Life saver!