Long before selfie was even a word, we were doing it already.
This is an engagement shoot that was taken using a camera, a tripod and a remote to make our engagement photos possible with no one else but the two of us.
It was a Sunday and the sun decided to show up. Grace and I don’t have anything to do today and we already exhausted the movie marathon this week so we head down to one of my most favorite park here in Singapore, Punggol Waterways.
Here are some for the taking.
The morning after the wedding, Grace and I went to a flight to Palawan to spend our traditional holiday in one of the best islands in the Philippines. It was indeed the perfect place to take a break after all the stressed that our wedding preparation. Of course aside from the typical island hopping and all the food splurging, I took the chance to document some of the things while enjoying the whole experience.
The people in Palawan were so accommodating that the only thing we thought about was to come back again and have our second honeymoon back to those places. We never had one bad experience unlike from other destination that we went before.
Taken handheld with a Canon 60d with a non-IS nift-fifty and an iPhone 4s and iPhone 5.
This is our first attempt in video making and hopefully we can do more.
We wanted a photo shoot that would mimic the music video of Smashing Pumpkin’s Tonight Tonight with its vintage look and feel so we asked our photographer and stylist if this is possible and got a very positive response. We asked Jason Angcao to scout a place near his home town in Tagaytay where we can have that old feel and suggested the Red Ginger Farm in Cavite. The place was like a museum full of old relics and was just begging to be photographed. This place can never be more perfect for our engagement shots.
Black tank tops, jeans, Vans and dark makeups. These are the ingredients used to perform the streetwise taken with a DSLR, a tripod and a remote in the graffiti center of Singapore.
It was more than a theme park for us.
Our first time in Universal Studios and the first thing on our mind wasn’t the rides or the enchanted airways but too shoot the heck out of those fancy alleys and foreign streets with our camera, a tripod and a remote. There wasn’t so much people on a weekday – a perfect time to pose till we drop. A part of the Odder World of Grace and Mark Photo Exhibit that was featured on our wedding day. Photos © Grace and Mark 2012
The beach, the food and the people was beautiful and worth the travel. From Singapore to Thailand, we splurge the authentic rice on a pineapple in the streets of Patong and its surreal seaside wonders. Its not just the fun in the beach of course but the continuation of our pre-wedding shoot.