Wanting to push my mobile photography skills to a notch higher, I intentionally left my mirrorless camera for my ever reliable iSight native camera and took the challenge to cover our week-long adventure around the archipelago of Masbate province. Our itinerary went fast-paced and jam-packed so my decision to capture the Masbateño moments merely on mobile phone is right.
For Simon Gonzaga of The Big Black Backpack, there’s no place like hometown
Stepping stones of Dave Agbayani, the Chosen Juan of the recently concluded Juanderlust competition
The team behind the viral tourism video of the Philippines, Wow Tapes, is capturing very minute details for their all-new follow-up video
The welcoming ceiling art of the port in Altamar Ticao Island Resort
Stripes for stripes by Lovey of Art of Movement
While there are still moments where iPhonegraphy would fall short like capturing the action-filled scenes of the man-vs-bull or Milky Way shot during that night with no electricity, my smartphone, with the help of photo enhancing apps, didn’t fail to deliver. Meanwhile, my GoPro took care of the rest of the memories in Masbate for my next travel video.
This visual diary is Part 1 of the adventure series featuring the emerging Masbate. Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Masbate in my next post.
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Tags: Altamar Ticao Island Resort, Animasola, Biri Rock Formation, Buntod, Burias, Burungbangkaso, Catandayagan Falls, Chosen Juan, Daku Beach, Dave Agbayani, Fabio Reitano, Juanderlust, Kapurpurawan Rock Formation, Masbate, Rodeo Festival, Simon Gonzaga, The Big Black Backpacker, Ticao, Wow Tapes
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