We wanted to make her photos look graceful and ethereal to match her awesome hair and of course, the heels.
Wow, it’s been awhile. Sorry for the long absence but I’m backkk and with so much to share.
First of, I was thinking of making a Christmas bokeh tutorial. I know, I know, it’s been done before. But it’s really just a pretty effect. And whenever I see photos like this (see above) I get all warm inside. So if this is something you’d like to see, hit me up in the comments and I’ll put something together.
And in WAGW news, the holiday season is always my busiest. I’m happy to announce that WAGW now has it’s very own website! Be sure to check it out: shopwagw.com. While you’re there check out the new Holiday issue we’ve just published. Featuring our Young Ambassadors of Style from Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.
I got it in my head that I really wanted to photograph a horse. The last time I had the opportunity to photograph a horse was in Inner Mongolia and France. Now I was itching to do it again. Luckily I found a stable and went for a quick visit and got a 5 minute portrait of this gorgeous guy.
More from my last trip to Manila. This entire shoot makes me think Sabs should be a movie star. She has this natural ease and glamour which made taking her photo so easy and fun. This multi-talented gorgeous gal shares her food adventures on Shotgun Chef, is my fellow photobuggy, and is the brains behind the online food market, The Munchy Market. My favorite is… the black and white of course.
Couldn’t decide on the color for this shot. Which do you prefer? Left or right?
Sabs, you have a heart of gold and I’m so lucky to have you in my life. x