Posts Tagged With: photographer

Photoshoots for a Book Project

Pictorial glimpses of childhood and innocence while taking photoshoots for an upcoming coffee table book project on the connectivity of waters, peoples and cultures in Muslim Mindanao.


“Like the Simorg in Fariduddin al-‘Attar’s ‘Mantiq al-Tayr,’ the Sarimanok will rise and soar high again by means of knowing its true self,” said Orak as he’s looking through the window.
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Photographers

It has been always a wholesome way of ‘giving back’ to snap photos of our photographers who would passionately capture significant moments of our training workshop.

          

Photographers – professional or not – are truly unsung heroes of events and occasions.

They are gallant warriors whose formidable weapons are camera lenses and right angles.

          

They are zealous missionaries whose lofty mission is to capture non-retractable moments and instances in our lives.

          

They are ardent lovers who are infatuated with imagery, enamored by panorama, and enchanted by vista. Their favorite serenade is “Ready, one, two, click!”

         

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