Another side of New York. It doesn’t look like New York if you’ve never been to New York. This photo is taken using Lumix GF2 with 14mm lens. Photo credit to Panasonic UK.
Urban Decay Rails taken somewhere in France. Taken using a Lumix GF1 with 7-14mm Ultra Wide Angle Leica Lens by Philippe sergent (philou95 of Flickr).
An Australian Reptile taking using a Lumix L10 Digital SLR by andreas_jo of Flickr.
One of the Light Posts on Trinoma’s Rooftop
Two red flowers that are slowly turning yellow. Taken using the good old Lumix DMC-L1 with a Leica D Summilux 25mm f1.4 lens. Photo by Digital Bear.
No, this is not the movie by So Yong Kim, it’s literally a treeless mountain. This photo is taken somewhere in the North of Luzon where there is no cellphone coverage and electricity. It’s a far-flung place where people wants to hang out to allay their electronic anxieties.
A very cloudy blue sky taken using a Lumix GH1 with Leica D Vario-Elmar 14-150mm Zoom Lens. This marvelous landscape photo is copyrighted to David Taylor-Hughes of Sound Image Plus.
Roxas Boulevard, formerly known as Dewey Boulevard, is a road in Metro Manila. It is an 8-lane arterial road and connects the centre of Manila with Pasay City, Parañaque City, and the province of Cavite. Named after former president Manuel Roxas, it is one of the major arteries in the city’s metropolitan network, designated Radial […]
Remember the days when you were young? Those were the good old days. It was when the only things in your mind are smiling, laughing and playing. The photo above is a perfect picture of the good old days worth remembering. Taken using Lumix GF2 with 14mm lens. Photo by KW Chan.
Mechapinoy Gundam Model shot during the National Scale Modeling Competition at the Atrium area of SM Megamall Film Mode: Vibrant Metering Mode: Multi Metering AF Mode: 1-Area White Balance: Auto Intelligent ISO: Off Sensitivity: Auto Intelligent Exposure: Off
The Balisong Bone Driller in Talisay, Batangas, Philippines
Two most used buttons on a Macbook. Shot as is with LX3’s MF, Dynamic B&W mode.