Gracias! You just made my day. :)
i was surprised when i saw blue landscape tag on my previous post. the feeling was divine haha. I did wait for this vessel to fully get off the view. the sun was halfway down when it crossed.
This is an old photos i took when i was in banaue. I was totally dark, focusing was almost impossible. This one hit the spot a little but still slightly blurred.
I wanna go back to the mountains.
Diguisit Bay, Baler Aurora.
Mt. PInatubo Crater
Locals told us that these paddies also reflect stars from the night sky. Awesome! but we were so tired and slept the whole night. We missed it.
This waterfall was surrounded by rocks which makes it look ‘secretive’. i wanted to get in but the water was too deep. There were only two of us, so help is no go if something goes wrong.
They call this place Puerta Piedra. Zamboanga City
Actually, i have no standard procedure that i follow in processing my photos. I just play around with the adjustments until i get the preferred results. I do it in Lightroom, and sometimes i bring it to Photoshop after editing in Lightroom. I normally play around with Curves, Levels, Split Toning, Sharpening and so on… I sometimes apply VSCO presets whenever i feel artsy. And also, I always shoot raw; that’s when i first got a DSLR.
Hope this answers you question