"In a time of drastic change it is the learners who inherit the future. The learned usually find themselves equipped to live in a world that no longer exists."
— Eric Hoffer
Reblog — BLOG UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
Finally deciding to bring my blog back to life. But it would surely be more of my thoughts about God and my inspirations.
Welcome back reality!
Cutest scene ever! <3 I got this from my churchmates’ wedding video which really inspired me.
GO KUYA ATHAN AND ATE JOYSA! May God continue to bless you.
There is no greater gift than committing with someone under God’s authority. :)
Be inspired as wel and watch this: https://vimeo.com/65708545
Reblog — Photography Tip: USE NATURAL LIGHT
Use natural lighting as much as possible.
I am not saying that you can not create a great photograph when you lack natural lighting but using it is the best. It affects the subject most likely to be more realistic. However, you should understand few basics such as reflected light that considers hue, saturation, and brightness of colors. (Part of Color Theory)
Although lacking of natural lighting can mostly be solved with the use of artificial light such as the most commonly known camera flash. And even if we have existing light like shooting outdoors for example, most of the time we have to include fill-flashing to add "pop" on your image. Just be careful with the speed of light. It just needs a “tad” bit of light. You don’t have to overpower the natural light unless you are already a professional one.
Photographers must also understand the principle of distance of the light to the subject impacts light quality too. Bottom line—size (and distance) does matter when it comes to light modifiers, not just lenses.
"“To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.”
― Ansel Adams"
Reblog — Think On These Things - A Challenge
Hi, dear lovelies! It’s been ages since the last time I bothered myself posting here. Well, I am thankful I finally found time today with my blog.
Anyways, reason is, I am actually inspired today when I woke up and I was in the mood to read my bible to feed my soul. So I have read about this verse:
It has boosted my perseverance and motivation today so I wanted to share it to almost everyone. And I was like finding a great typography image about this for I wanted it to post on facebook. Lol. And thank God I found this two (2) blog posts from different sites relating to the verse that I solemnly believe you can relate to.
So basically, the verse is all about being thankful on great things happening in your life. Or maybe that’s how I see it. And this will help you to be more motivated on situations we are living
Let’s see how it will go.
And another relating topic is about choosing companions. Jason (owner of the 2nd link/blogpost I gave) mentioned that there is this book which was based on Philippians 4:8. This was written by Tommy Newberry and entitled The 4:8 Principle.
I never read about it. In fact, I haven’t heard about it and I think it’s pitiful of me ‘cause seriously it heats up my thirst on reading more books in times that I am too busy!
Back to the topic. The author pointed some things about life. And as I said, relating the verse I have read. "When people of different values hang out together, somebody ultimately changes."
So he offers some advice about choosing carefully who to spend time with. He writes:
"Invest more time with people who look like this:
And that goes to verse Proverbs 13:20!
Yea, I know. It’s complicated. But if you understand it, I swear you’ll feel contentment and happiness that is almost unexplainable.
I hope I somehow helped you with your thoughts, people. I wish you all well! God bless.
"He who has a WHY to live for, can bear almost any HOW he’ll meet along the way."
Reblog — MLKHNG PNAY ON HIATUS.
Due to the high demand in time my reality has been asking, I will be on a leave
I wish to have a lot more time to spend with this blog though. I mean, I really miss posting and I really feel so outdated. I don’t even have the time to edit my photographs and even if I do, my queue post isn’t working. Boohoo!
Anyway, I’m happy to be able to post today a series of photographs I have taken 2 weeks ago and some activities I have been doing. Hope it will inspire you.
Until next time, Lovelies. Happy Virus! <3