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Sunday, April 16, 2017

The Return of Philippine Ragnarok Online!

There’s a new publisher for the Philippine Ragnarok Online and it will have a massive party this May 7, 2017 (Sunday) 10:00 AM at The Annex, 4th Floor, SM North EDSA.

See you guys there!

RO Festival

RAGNA FESTIVAL is here! It's time to ROK! A fun filled day of everything RAGNAROK with your favorite bands and celebrities!
Loads of prizes, goodies, and in-game items will be given away on this day!
Don't miss the true RAGNAROK ONLINE experience!
Be there and bring everyone for the ultimate celebration!
See you on May 7, 2017, 10am at the SM North EDSA Annex.
#ragnafestival #ragnarokphilippines #ragnarokreturns

Friday, April 14, 2017

Visita Iglesia 2017

It’s very hard to file a leave in my current work. That’s why when my leave was approved (to shoot the Lenten Procession in Baliuag), I also took the time to visit 7 churches in Bulacan and Pampanga.

Here are some of the churches I’ve visited.


1. Church of Hagonoy in Bulacan


2. Church of Paombong in Bulacan


3. Church of Calumpit in Bulacan


4. Church of Apalit in Pampanga


Chapel of Sto Domingo


5. Church of San Mathias in Pampanga


6. Church of San Fernando in Pampanga


Archidioecesis Ferdinandi Pampanga (in San Fernando)


7. Sta. Ana Church in Pampanga


8. Candaba Church in Pampanga

Pictures of the Singkamas Festival 2017

Our photography club recently went to San Marcelino, Zambales to shoot their Singkamas Festival 2017. There are a lot of things that the organizers could have done in order to make this a successful event.

We did enjoy taking pictures of the participants.


Thursday, April 13, 2017

Viernes Santo 2017 at Baliuag, Bulacan

Tomorrow, I will be at Baliuag, Bulacan to shoot the longest Lenten procession of about 100 images/karo. I’m actually a resident of Baliuag from 1988-2001 and I’m a graduate of Mariano Ponce High School (MPHS) in Baliuag. I’m also a graduate of Bulacan State University (BSU) in Malolos, Bulacan. In all those years, I probably seen this famous procession about 2-3 times.

Tomorrow will be the first time to take pictures of this Lenten procession. I’ve been planning it for years to go back to my boyhood town and shoot this wonderful Lenten procession. I hope to get wonderful pictures tomorrow. Have you been to Baliuag to witness this event?

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Pictures taken from the Facebook group Hermanidad de los Siete Dolores.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival 2017 – Enjoy the Summer Skies with Amazing Sights and Sounds

LUBAO, PAMPANGA – Summer in the Philippines last 2016 heated up with colors and wonders as the biggest hot air balloon festival in Southeast Asia was set to light up the skies.


The Lubao International Balloon Festival 2016 featured amazing balloon flights from international participants, as well as aerial exhibitions and other exciting activities like land exhibits, car shows and fireworks display. Families and barkadas got to enjoy dynamic music from Ely Buendia, Bamboo, True Faith, Sabado Boys and Mitoy and D’Draybers.

Indeed, it was a successful and well-attended event which paved the way for another exciting hot air balloon festival that everyone can surely look forward to. Happening on April 6-9, 2017 at Pradera Verde, Prado Siongco, Lubao, Pampanga, the most awaited event will be back bigger, bolder, and better!

Bigger. More than thirty (30) international balloons will decorate the skies of Pampanga with magnificent designs and beautiful colors. It will surely be a one of a kind spectacle for the viewing pleasure of over 100,000 expected local and foreign guests.

Bolder. The festival will not only showcase the majestic display of hot air balloons during the day, but also provide the spectators with the chance to marvel at their grandeur against the night sky during the Night Glow. Furthermore, amazing fireworks display will cap off the day and end it on a high note.

Better. Great views are best enjoyed with great music. A first for the event, an international music festival will be held on the last day featuring Alex Aiono and Redfoo with Party Rock Crew. Local artists will also perform like SpongeCola, Parokya ni Edgar and Bamboo.

It’s going to be a wonderful experience, so bring your friends and families over to enjoy the summer with amazing sights and sounds at the Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival 2017!

Buy your tickets now at SM Tickets ( and at TicketWorld Online ( Ticket price is at Php300 for General Admission valid for one day only from April 6-9. A special Gold Ticket worth Php1,500 is available for April 9 which provides a closer view during our International Music Festival.

The Lubao International Balloon and Music Festival 2017 is organized by Lubao International Balloon Festival, Inc. (LIBF) together with Forthinker, Inc., in cooperation with the Arts, Culture and Tourism Office of Pampanga (ACTO) and with support from Provincial Government of Pampanga.

For more information and inquiries, you may contact Forthinker, Inc. from Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 6pm via landline +632 942 0768, mobile 09178210728 or email –

Sunday, November 20, 2016

37th Grand Marian Procession 2016

The 37th Grand Marian Procession will be held December 4, 2016 Sunday 4:00 PM at the Plaza Roma, Intramuros, Manila.

Everyone is invited to join the festivities and to appreciate the wonderful works of art inspired by the Virgin Mary.

37th Grand Marian Procession 2016

Saturday, November 12, 2016

My New Canon EOS M10

In 2011, I purchased my 1st DSLR using my 13th month pay. At that time, I was choosing between Canon and Nikon. Both cameras are almost identical in features, design and price. However, I choose Canon because its interface is more user-friendly. Five years later, I am still happy with Canon in terms of quality of the product and after sales. I only brought it once to the Canon Service Center when the 18-55 kit lens was “stuck” after I brought it at Malico, Nueva Ecija (it’s a cold place).

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I first saw the Canon EOS M10 at the recent FPPF judging at the Chamber of Commerce in Intramuros, Manila

Last Thursday, I was at Camerahaus BGC and I bought a mirrorless camera. I have P22,000 in hand from the back pay I got from my last company (I resigned August 2016). I first check for Fuji and the lowest price they have for a Fuji mirrorless camera (that is available) is P27,000. I don’t have enough “funds” to buy it. Luckily, Camerahaus BGC has a Sony mirrorless camera and the Canon EOS M10, which was released recently.

The Sony ILCE-5000 is being sold at a cash price of P20,000. It has 20.1 megapixels and comes with a free 16 GB SD card and a camera bag. It’s almost identical with the Canon EOS M10 – both wireless capable and has an LCD screen that can be flip. The Sony model was released in 2014 and I actually wanted to try other brands (aside from Canon). However, the interface of Sony is complicated for me. The lens that comes with the EOS M10 (15-45mm) is also “wider” than that of Sony. The EOS M10 also feels more like a compact DSLR unlike the Sony ILCE-5000 which is more like a digital camera. Although the Sony is lighter than the EOS M10, I find it more convenient to grab the M10 that the Sony, which feels like it would slip my hand anytime.

I purchased my Canon EOS M10 at the new Camerahaus branch in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), which is located at the 3rd Floor of Central Square Building. If you’re coming from Market-Market, it’s at the very end of Bonifacio High Street. I paid it in cash and It’s P19,800. For the freebies, I got the red “jacket” and a Sodexo Gift Certificate worth P500.

I am still on the process of getting to know my new mirrorless camera. I’m glad that I’m not going to create #ElmerLovesSony blog but instead, stick to my current #ElmerLovesCanon blog. I’m posting my test shots of the Canon EOS M10 here. Both the Sony and the Canon mirrorless camera come with a 3-year warranty. I hope by then, I’ll have enough money to purchase a new one if needed.

I just read the manual of the Canon EOS M10 and I’m happy that it has in-camera features (effects) like HDR, fish-eye, toy camera and miniature models. It can also be linked to a smartphone and can also upload to the cloud storage of Canon, for easy transfer of images, wirelessly. The EOS M10 is the entry-level mirrorless camera of Canon – a cheaper version of the EOS M5. Back in 2011, I purchased an entry level DSLR. Now, I purchased another entry-level camera but it’s mirrorless now. I hope I can make the most of this new gear.

This camera by the way has a free “housing” (or casing) color red worth P1,500. It gives the Canon EOS M10 better grip. The only take-away is that, you have to remove it using a coin whenever you’ll charge the battery or change SD card. The battery is also below 1,000 mAH and I only got 104 shots with a fully-charged battery. I guess, I’ll need an extra battery.


The guy in red is the one who convinced me to choose Canon EOS M10.


The Camerahaus in BGC (3rd Floor Central Square Building)


Taken around the Bonifacio High Street.

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