It never hurts to be surrounded with a splash of bright colors here and there!
Two months after the launch of Discover Baguio, I’m happy and proud of what our team has accomplished in such a short span of time. I personally enjoyed every moment of our “field work”: meeting new people and interviewing business owners who were generous enough to give us the information and the support we need to ensure that each article feature will be worth the read; taking photos on location; and the thrill of discovering new things and places.
Discover Baguio, is a travel website that promotes Baguio City in the Philippines, as a beautiful tourist destination. Here are some of the articles featured on the site and a peek at some of the photos. If you have time, please visit the links and share your comments. And, please take a moment to LIKE our Facebook Page by clicking here. Thanks much!
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For this year, I’m starting this segment with an interview with a gifted and beautiful photographer. A look at her photography gives you that feeling of warmth and positivity, such vibrance that exudes from within and that she is able to bring out from her subjects. I discovered her photography when I came across her blog one day and I am simply drawn. I was so glad that she agreed to do this interview and so may I introduce you all to Erica Bushong.
How did you get into photography?
I have always carried around a camera. Everywhere. Even since I was a kid I was obsessed with documenting life as I knew it. I graduated college with my Bachelors in Graphic Design and was hired on full-time by a photography studio. As soon as I picked up a camera I realized my love of design, color, composition, and light could be intertwined with my love of photography.
Here is an excerpt from the article. Please read the full post here. Thanks:)
live music work in 2005 and from there developed a keen interest in the
subject. I went on to study Film production at Leeds Met University and
during my degree I realised that I would really rather work with still
images! When we came to the end of our time at Uni we were keen to stay
in Leeds and were fortunate enough to be able to take on the wedding
photography full time just before we graduated.
keen interest in photography and that inspired me to get into it. I
always picked up his Nikon cameras at a young age and without even
asking how to use it I seemed to have a natural intuition about how to
create what I had imagined in my head. I studied Fine Art at university
and that’s where I discovered my real passion for photography. When I
met Chris we instantly had a common interest and it seemed the perfect
idea to collaborate our 2 very different styles and form a business
together. Continue reading. . .
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