Tag Archives: Philippine Wedding Photographer

What’s a wedding without your closest friends? Today’s featured wedding is one of those with a big entourage and it’s definitely something that we always look forward to. Most couples would have a difficult time narrowing down their list of bridesmaids and groomsmen but that is the opposite with Kyle and Maricar. Having around twenty […]

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As a couple, what do you love doing together? This is just one of the many brainstorming questions that I ask when collaborating for their engagement session. For a pre-wedding shoot, some would pick something different from their real life identities to depict another side of them while others would choose a destination that they […]

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Having been always interested in architecture, I can’t help but be amazed whenever I see the Iglesia ni Cristo structures. Well, this was our first INC wedding and we weren’t disappointed when we entered. Absolutely stunning – given that this local is not their largest, it was already quite enormous if you ask me. Capturing […]

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The Philippines boasts of more than seven thousand islands and each one has a unique landscape that’s surely worth the visit. One of which that has eluded us for the longest time is Batanes. Found at the northern tip of the archipelago, it is the most picturesque place that we’ve seen in which each turn […]

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We’re taking a break from posting wedding and engagement photos with this editorial for Bride and Breakfast. These are wedding gowns from the Ivory and Lace collection of..wait for it..the Landmark Department Store. Yes! That’s Landmark. When I saw these dresses, I was quite impressed with their quality and style that I didn’t think these […]

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Locations for weddings are usually significant to couples, they either met or got engaged there. For Jeff and Zyra, Subic was the beginning of their story. This is their hometown and they even went to school together until high school. Now, they’re celebrating a new chapter of their lives in the same town. It was a breezy December morning and on […]

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