I have always been fascinated with music photography. It started in 2010, albeit with non-existential gears, when I suddenly was into OPM bands. I was still a noob in the industry then, having only my friend’s cameras to play with. I remember hating how low the aperture and ISO their cameras had back then. (I’m just glad the I have a 50mm lens to use now.) Last year, I got to cover my first ever concert in La Salle.
I wrote this a few years back in the middle of my eagerness to do just that. I interviewd Niña Sandejas, who’s one of my favorite music photographers (and a woman at that), to know more about the interesting industry she belongs in. Below is the copy of the article:
The clamor for photography may be an effect of strenuous social media and networking sites. Although far from the more popular studio photography and the modern “selfies” and “phoneography,” music photography had set a different record for the still art. Niña Sandejas, one of the growing numbers of female music photographers in the country, takes us to what is up and about, and how this camerawork shoots.
One of my 2016 goals was to write more Tagalog entries. Although this certain composition was written in early 2013 (or December 2012, I forget), it was written in Tagalog for our Retorika class in college. We were asked to write about different given topic each week, and this was under the category damdamin (feelings).
It’s about high school and what comes after it; tried writing it the most dramatic way albeit short and really nonsensical for some people. But still, enjoy! 🙂
My creative process is pretty much not a process at all. Hahaha!
Whenever there are group projects in school, I am basically the creative director. I layout a magazine. I create logos. I make chargens. I edit videos. Etcetera etcetera.
You know in creating designs, one doesn’t just create. Or maybe that’s just me.
I just wanted to share the travel magazine we submitted for a Journalism class wherein I wrote this article. It was my first time to layout a full magazine and I am so happy with the outcome.
If you want to see the full version of the mag, you can download the soft copy here.
What do you think about it? 🙂
I wrote this short article for our magazine which we submitted as a project for our Desktop Publishing class:
Travelling was never on top of my family’s priorities, so I guess it is the same reason why I never longed for wandering. Writing this down is hard because the farthest place I’ve been to is Baguio; and it was for my senior retreat in high school.
Or maybe because leaving the country had always been about Mama going abroad for work.