Maki Eduardo Photoblog http://www.makieduardo.com Thu, 26 Feb 2009 05:40:06 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.5.1 en Temporary Hiatus http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/temporary-hiatus/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/temporary-hiatus/#comments Thu, 26 Feb 2009 05:37:44 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=80 Obviously as what the picture shows, I currently have nasal fracture lately. This will not keep me away from shooting though…I’m just hoping for a quick recovery from this injury and go out more again. I’ll be on a much-needed vacation soon. I’ve been wanting to shoot outdoors and I will when I have fully-recovered. I [...]]]>
Obviously as what the picture shows, I currently have nasal fracture lately. This will not keep me away from shooting though…I’m just hoping for a quick recovery from this injury and go out more again. I’ll be on a much-needed vacation soon. I’ve been wanting to shoot outdoors and I will when I have fully-recovered.

I actually thank the Lord I’m still alive as some head on impacts can be deadly. I just need your prayers for a swift recovery. Hiatus starts now.

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Ipanema Launches the Gisele Bündchen Seeds Collection http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/ipanema-launches-the-gisele-bundchen-seeds-collection/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/ipanema-launches-the-gisele-bundchen-seeds-collection/#comments Fri, 20 Feb 2009 05:08:23 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=79 Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch Ipanema Gisele Bundchen Seeds Collection Launch
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Brazilian flipflop maker Ipanema launched their wonderful line of new eco-friendly GB (Gisele Bündchen) Seeds Collection last night at Le Soufflé, The Fort. We bloggers witnessed a dazzling performance from The Philippine Ballet Theater, who all wore the new GB Seeds Collection while dancing all the way at the stage. I still find it cool [...]]]>
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Brazilian flipflop maker Ipanema launched their wonderful line of new eco-friendly GB (Gisele Bündchen) Seeds Collection last night at Le Soufflé, The Fort. We bloggers witnessed a dazzling performance from The Philippine Ballet Theater, who all wore the new GB Seeds Collection while dancing all the way at the stage. I still find it cool how the ballet dancers were so comfortable with all the Ipanema sandals they wore like their trusted ballet shoes! :D



Here’s a gallery of pictures on their new GB Seeds Collection which will be available in Shoe Salon Outlets (They look great for this coming Summer! :D ):


Ipanema, besides producing comfortable, durable and earth-friendly flipflops, has always been supportive of socio-environmental issues. This year, Ipanema’s exclusive distributor ELRO Commercial and Industrial Corporation, organized a walkathon called Walk The Green Mile in benefit of maintaining our Philippine Rainforests. The event will be on March 21, 2009 infront of Le Soufflé, The Fort, Taguig. The first 300 people to join and register on the said date will limited Ipanema Gisele Bundchen baller IDs. The first 100 will even get a limited Walk the Green Mile Shirt. What’s more exciting is that the first 30 people to finish the walkathon will get their free Ipanema GB Seeds flipflop of their choice! :D Just some guide for you readers:

Date: March 21, 2009 (Sunday)
Registration: Starts at 3pm
Walkathon: Starts at 5pm
Venue: Parking Lot infront of Le Soufflé (Fort Strip Area Beside Embassy)
*There will also be an Ipanema Booth at the event where you can purchase flipflops at 10%OFF ;)
*3 pairs of Gisele Bündchen-signed flipflops will also be raffled to participants
**For more info, please contact Ms. Maricel Mabalot (7553674 to 48 loc. 103) or email her at cel.mabalot@elrocom.com

You readers can also participate along with Ipanema’s campaign for our environment if you can’t stride at the walkathon. Every purchase of Ipanema flipflops contributes to various projects and foundations like Haribon.;)

I would like to thank Technogra.ph for passing me this event since he’s really interested in tech-related events. I would also like to thank Ms. Shyla of M2Comms for guiding me where Le Souffle is and of course, Ipanema for giving me my first pair of GB flipflops. :)

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I’m Now 22 Years Old (Awww) http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/im-now-22-years-old-awww/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/im-now-22-years-old-awww/#comments Fri, 13 Feb 2009 09:11:14 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=78 And so as of today I’m already 22 years old (but I look young for my age! hahaha :D) . I thank the Lord for all the blessings until this day. I actually planned to start the day by attending mass, but then I woke up late today so maybe I’ll just hear mass later within [...]]]>
And so as of today I’m already 22 years old (but I look young for my age! hahaha :D) . I thank the Lord for all the blessings until this day.

I actually planned to start the day by attending mass, but then I woke up late today so maybe I’ll just hear mass later within the day. Every day starts with a prayer though…even if each day doesn’t really turn out to be right, there’s always a reason to be thankful everyday when you wake up. ;)

One funny thing that happens during my birthday is I don’t usually get to blow any candles during my birthday…haha, I think the last time I blew a candle on a cake was when I was 8 years old..i think. I think blowing the candle on the cake isn’t really meant for me..everytime I’m about to blow my cake, someone dips his/her finger on my cake or already eats a portion of it.

Well, there were efforts from my blockmates in ADMU for me to blow a cake. I remember the time when they drew me a cake with a candle on paper and made me blow the paper. Haha, for some reason that really makes me smile until this day during my birthday.

So many would be asking what would be my Birthday Wish…Hmm, I don’t really have something in mind…I’m just thankful for turning 22. But then if anybody would give me anything related to my hobby..that would be nice..LOL. =))

Today, I got cakes from Team E-mail! I would like to thank Alvin, Rico, Josh and Tin for the cakes and coffee mug. I would also like to thank all the people who greeted me today. I would just like to thank everyone who became part of this boring-yet-wonderful life! Thank you everyone. :D Oh yeah…still no candles on my birthday! Haha…

My Birthday Cakes by Maki Eduardo

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Bug-Eyed with the Supersampler http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/bug-eyed-with-the-supersampler/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/bug-eyed-with-the-supersampler/#comments Tue, 10 Feb 2009 08:05:56 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=77 What’s with bugs and multiple vision? I can’t imagine what at world it will be if I’m bug-eyed, but I really appreciate capturing things at a different vision or perspective with my Lomography Supersampler camera. Using an a toy action camera at a recent Lomowalk was really unintentional. My Olympus XA2’s batteries finally gave up on [...]]]>
What’s with bugs and multiple vision? I can’t imagine what at world it will be if I’m bug-eyed, but I really appreciate capturing things at a different vision or perspective with my Lomography Supersampler camera.

Supersampler: SM Mall of Asia by Maki Eduardo

Using an a toy action camera at a recent Lomowalk was really unintentional. My Olympus XA2’s batteries finally gave up on me just before the Lomowalk started, so I was forced to transfer a roll of slide film into my my Supersampler (which I brought for my friend Nan, so that he can borrow it from me the whole walk). :p

Supersampler: SM by the Bay by Maki Eduardo

Cloudy days and action cameras like the Supersampler don’t really jive. To add to the mess, I used an ISO 100 Kodak Ektachrome slide film…which was a no-no in the first place if you’re talking about film ISOs and their respective environments. I was literally almost shooting blind, as I also lost my Supersampler’s viewfinder and hand to cope with using an improvised film cardbard to serve as my viewfinder for the toy camera. So I did just gamble with my shots in hope that there would be results after the whole thing.

Supersampler: Rocks and Water by Maki Eduardo

I was shooting towards the sun, clouds, made rat’s eye view of shots, shooting by the hip etc. All I wanted from the whole walk was to get lucky shots to keep. ;)

Supersampler: Floored Shot by the Bay by Maki Eduardo

To my surprise just a while ago when I was importing photos from my Digiprint CD, I have been able to recover all the shots that were from the whole roll of film. Another surprise was the color of the pictures from cross-processing. I just love surprises from doing some lomo once in a while. To see the whole set of lucky accidents from my Supersampler, please visit my flickr account. :D

Supersampler: View from the Grassy Area by Maki Eduardo

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A Picture For the Month of Hearts http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/a-picture-for-the-month-of-hearts/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/a-picture-for-the-month-of-hearts/#comments Mon, 09 Feb 2009 14:22:27 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=76 This is the overused shot that I just took out of boredom since it’s the month of hearts…I had the urge to shoot something related to the month so I borrowed my mom’s ring and turned the Bible’s page to 1Corinthians Chapter 13…hopeless romantics…you know the line! :p Similar Posts: Japanese Page for Aging Photos Kudos to Image [...]]]>
This is the overused shot that I just took out of boredom since it’s the month of hearts…I had the urge to shoot something related to the month so I borrowed my mom’s ring and turned the Bible’s page to 1Corinthians Chapter 13…hopeless romantics…you know the line! :p

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Print Your Photos Please http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/print-your-photos-please/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/print-your-photos-please/#comments Sun, 08 Feb 2009 05:45:51 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=75 Nothing beats the joy of having photography as a hobby when you finally have the pictures printed. As far as sharing is concerned, having your pictures in prints is still the best way to show your work other than just posting them on the internet…so print your photos please…I swear it’s rewarding. When you [...]]]>

Nothing beats the joy of having photography as a hobby when you finally have the pictures printed. As far as sharing is concerned, having your pictures in prints is still the best way to show your work other than just posting them on the internet…so print your photos please…I swear it’s rewarding. :D

Digiprint Lady by Maki Eduardo

When you want your pictures printed, you main concern is how accurate will the prints will be in parallel to the one on your computer screens? That’s always the problem with printing pictures, that’s why people who are serious in their craft would want to know more about Color Management and calibrating their screens, fixing color profiles for their printers and mediums so that every print is in their what-you-see-is-what-you-get condition.

I had my macbook calibrated to match my prints from my 1000D or Lomo Shots. I also had some basic Color Management training from my basic photography teacher Mr. Jo Avila. And so, what recommended photo lab should go head to when you want accurate prints? Well, it depends if you have the color lab’s icc profile embedded in your Adobe Photoshop software. For me, Digiprint offers the best services in having my pictures printed. They value Color Management in their services and offer their icc profiles for consumers to download on the internet and have them embed the profiles in Photoshop.

Printed IR Shot by Maki Eduardo

One thing should be taken into mind though…Even if you have the color profiles embedded in your Adobe Photoshop software, you cannot have accurate prints if you don’t get your screens calibrated. I suggest purchasing a Spyder. ;)

A little too bright Print by Maki Eduardo

And so what happened to my prints? Well, They are 90-95% accurate from what is on my screen. There was a little loss in color (which probably came from the printer, which I think lacks some red ink! LOL ) and exposure was off (a lot brighter) since some photoshop action in their lab edited the exposure and vividness of my pictures, but I’m satisfied with the prints. I’ll be sticking them to my ‘bare’ workstation. 8)

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Using a Holga amongst Digital Users http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/using-a-holga-amongst-digital-users/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/using-a-holga-amongst-digital-users/#comments Sat, 07 Feb 2009 08:18:46 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=74 It was a time when I was about to sell my previous DSLR that I decided to use my Holga 120 GCFN and a stash of 120 films to a get together shoot at Harbour Square. Even if me and my Holga have this incomprehensible love-hate relationship, I still love taking unique and quirky pictures [...]]]>
It was a time when I was about to sell my previous DSLR that I decided to use my Holga 120 GCFN and a stash of 120 films to a get together shoot at Harbour Square. Even if me and my Holga have this incomprehensible love-hate relationship, I still love taking unique and quirky pictures with it. I still remember the time I got electrocuted by touching its capacitor a few times when I was doing some modifications with it. What sets my 120 GCFN from other Holgas out there is that its aperture has been modified by a friend. Well, I still think and I can also support the fact that each Holga is unique. Quality control-wise, you can blame all the quirkyness of the Holga to China. :p

When you shoot with the Holga, you just got to love the vignettes. They add the drama to the picture. If a DSLR can have that Bokeh effect, the Holga produces vignettes. It only has a limited aperture of f/8 (if modified you can also have another aperture of f/13), so it must remind the users of this toy camera to be aware of the environmental conditions that will affect the shots. I’m also guilty of the fact that I disregarded the conditions and took shots with an ISO100 film at a cloudy day, which was a no-no if you also take note of the standard Holga aperture of f/8 (which means the lens has a small opening to let the light in).

Models along Harbour Square by Maki Eduardo

Okay, enough with being technical…what happened when I looked at the scans of my shots was that most of them were underexposed. I had to use the help of Adobe Lightroom to recover some shots. Whoopsies :P.

One Happy Model at Harbour Square by Maki Eduardo

One Happy Model (2) at Harbour Square by Maki Eduardo

Having a limited and quirky focal range, the Holga produces quite blurry pictures…err..okay blurry. :p But then there are times you can get lucky and just get a sharp subject with that drama effect..hehehe:

Shy Kid at Harbour Square by Maki Eduardo

By the way, I had to struggle in capturing that moment with the kid in the picture, he was really shy towards me. I hope you guys and gals learned a thing or two from what I shared today about my Holga. ;)

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Poladroid: Shake it like a Polaroid Picture http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/poladroid-shake-it-like-a-polaroid-picture/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/poladroid-shake-it-like-a-polaroid-picture/#comments Wed, 04 Feb 2009 23:40:11 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=73 I’ve come across this program called Poladroid from some discussion at the forum of Lomomanila. It’s this freeware that allows you to drag and drop photos from your computer’s hard disk into the Poladroid and produces the polaroid look to your pictures. If you’re not into making action scripts in Photoshop to make the polaroid [...]]]>
I’ve come across this program called Poladroid from some discussion at the forum of Lomomanila. It’s this freeware that allows you to drag and drop photos from your computer’s hard disk into the Poladroid and produces the polaroid look to your pictures. If you’re not into making action scripts in Photoshop to make the polaroid look, then I recommend this program. Other than that, it’s simply cute…it behaves like the real polaroid camera because:

Maki Eduardo Goofing Around with Poladroid for Mac OSX

Sorry for my fooling around :p This is just a demo..hehe :p

-You will have to wait for the picture to be processed (you hear that cute shutter sound)

-You will then see that the polaroid appears on your desktop, like it’s dispensed hahaha :p

-You will gradually see the changes on the photo (just like the effect of light when a polaroid is reacting to it

-Shake the poladroid so that the picture comes out faster (yeahp..just like what the song Hey Ya from Outkast says…lol. Shake it like a polaroid picture! :p)

-Oh and you can only deal with 10 photos at a time! (Just like the real polaroid)

What’s also great about this freeware is you can edit the poladroids in Photoshop. Put captions, doodles, tilt them..whatever you want :p Get a download for your Mac or Windows. As for me, it sits at my dock. I use it when I’m in the mood to blog at my facebook or livejournal. ;)

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Back to Lomo http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/back-to-lomo/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/02/back-to-lomo/#comments Wed, 04 Feb 2009 06:52:52 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=72 It’s been a while since I’m having rolls developed and scanned by Digiprint. Believe me, if you’re into film (even if you didn’t start from that), you’ll surely go back and take some film shots once in a while. There’s a different treatment on how you shoot with film, there’s a different feeling of anxiety [...]]]>
It’s been a while since I’m having rolls developed and scanned by Digiprint. Believe me, if you’re into film (even if you didn’t start from that), you’ll surely go back and take some film shots once in a while. There’s a different treatment on how you shoot with film, there’s a different feeling of anxiety when you click the shutter of a film camera at the moment you take the shot. You wonder how will your photo look like once they are finally developed in a span of time unlike seeing the results in a jiff when you go digital. You think of the possibility of producing something unique and you think of the possibility of producing nothing at all. *wink* hehe
Last Saturday, I finally wento to this Lomowalk in Manila. It was nice to meet everybody form Lomomanila and the people who organized the event.

Maki Eduardo with Lomomanila People
All of us!

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Me and other Lomomanila girls

I packed with only two cameras and a roll of film. Unfortunately my Olympus XA2 camera ran out of battery so I had to use my other toy camera, which was the Supersampler. It was a cloudy day at the bay, so I’m wondering how my action shots survived.

Maki Eduardo with her Supersampler

Me on ninja mode with my supersampler other gear :p

The sun only showed itself before the event was over. Even if I just took 36 shots, I think it was all still worth it because I enjoyed the company of the Lomomanila people and also bumped into this old lady with her Nikon D60 while I was taking shots by the bay. She was smiling at me as I smiled back at her and asked about the model of her camera. To my surprise it was my former DSLR camera model.

Maki Eduardo with Aling Lydia

Me and Aling Lydia

Me and Aling Lydia (the old lady with the D60) had this great talk about how to take photos of people. I’m surprised that for her age (60 years old- and yeah she’s a veteran in film photography), she’s very active in shooting portraits for students in schools and attends this press photographer yearly fellowship event. We exchanged numbers after. From the lomo walk, I do think she was the most interesting subject. It makes me wanna go out more in these kinds of events to bump into more people like her who are really enthusiastic about photography. When I shared to her my frustrations in photography lately, she just told me to shoot more and practice but never give up because it shows that I’m really into it. It doesn’t really matter if you’re with people or alone as long as you can share something to others. Hopefully, I’ll improve in taking pictures and finally find ways to go to places and shoot.

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Shooting Flowers with the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/01/shooting-flowers-with-the-canon-ef-50mm-f18-ii/ http://www.makieduardo.com/2009/01/shooting-flowers-with-the-canon-ef-50mm-f18-ii/#comments Wed, 28 Jan 2009 00:09:21 +0000 Maki Eduardo http://www.makieduardo.com/?p=71 Ever since my last post form my Baguio vacation, I’ve been interested in shooting flowers. One weekend I decided to visit some horticulture and landscaping exhibit at the Quezon City Memorial Circle and shot lots of flowers and other gardening materials. I tried shooting with the 18-55mm IS kit lens of my Canon EOS 1000d, but [...]]]>
Ever since my last post form my Baguio vacation, I’ve been interested in shooting flowers. One weekend I decided to visit some horticulture and landscaping exhibit at the Quezon City Memorial Circle and shot lots of flowers and other gardening materials.

I tried shooting with the 18-55mm IS kit lens of my Canon EOS 1000d, but I wasn’t satisfied with my shots with the lack of sharpness and obvious traces of camera shake. I then opted to use my Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens to shoot the subjects.

Yellow Flowers by Maki Eduardo

I always used my Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens without turning on Live View, but the way the lens focuses without Live View is a little confusing, so when I shot the flowers I finally turned the Live View Option on and opted for some manual focusing. It was great, I was able to zoom and adjust the sharpness of the areas which I want to look sharp and see the depth of field of what will really come out as my shot. So up to the tiniest details such as the pistils of the flower, the texture of the petals…I was able to capture them handheld. Could have been better with a tripod though. :P I have to buy a new one soon since my old tripod got broken when I was shooting infrared at the University of the Philippines.

Pink Flower by Maki Eduardo


Well, I’m still new into this Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II lens shooting thing, but I do really enjoy this lens. I recommend all DSLR newbies to have it along with the kit lens from the start. As for me, the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II was my first purchase even before my Canon EOS 1000d from shifting to Nikon. It’s pretty addicting to use the lens- it’s fast, it produces crisp pictures (if you use it right! :D..yeah I’m still learning) and you will keep on looking for that thing called bokeh.

Water Lily by Maki Eduardo

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