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Photographing the photographer


Wandering is not just experiencing the place, or having a great time. For us, it is a moment to unravel not just what we do not know, but an opportunity to create memories that we wanted to remember.

One of the most exciting things we have done is capturing photos, not just of the place, the people around the location, and the environment that makes it breathtaking; but, taking portraits of fellow artists that makes the whole experience worth remembering. Though it is suggestive of the creativity of a photographer to look not just on the subject matter in another perspective, it seizes the chance of catching another person’s imaginative mind. The mind that inspires…The thoughts which are artistically-oriented…And the silent communication of the lenses!  This provides a more genuine experience that will last a lifetime, as the wanderer bonds with other wanderers. Capturing the friendship that started there, and formally inviting a more sense of deep appreciation of the whole experience. Besides, what give the best memories are experiences that reflects human encounter with other human beings – be it sad or happy!



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7 thoughts on “Photographing the photographer

  1. You guys are inspiring. This post is another great one!

    Posted by Dianne | January 13, 2013, 4:25 PM
  2. You gave me an idea to take photos this way.

    Posted by Ryan | January 14, 2013, 2:30 PM
  3. Reblogged this on Jeanette C. Patindol and commented:
    Travel and photography. I see myself doing more of this for the rest of my life. Right now, I content myself with sharing vicariously the experiences of blogger friends who are already into this, like The Budget Traveler.

    Posted by gracewithfire | January 14, 2013, 5:07 PM
  4. Photographers never notice if you take a picture of them because they are only interested of their own motif.

    Posted by photoolaberglund | April 3, 2013, 7:47 PM

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