Aside from us, there are two other groups of photographers hanging out inside Terra 28th, which is great.
I got an invite from Allineus, whom I met at the same spot months ago. Unlike other photographers who carries with them DSLR cameras, this guy brings in his Apple iPad — and yet, he knows what he’s doing. He’s a multimedia arts graduate, and he’s fluent in Adobe applications, which made me think “I should’ve taken that course if the school I graduated to has one”.
He formally started just last year, and you can see his outputs on Facebook.
One reason why I don’t like coming late to the BGC is that once I stepped in at Terra by, say 5pm, I only have a few hours to take photos with cosplayers — and the rest of the pics that I will take by 6pm won’t be that good.
When Allineus told me there’s a car show at the Bonifacio High Street, we went there. He’s been telling me things about cars — the models, the specs, the things he knew about some of them, so on and so forth.
The “Wheels and Grills” show is a Father’s Day event showcasing cars from different brands. There’s also a showcase for big bikes from Suzuki and Kawasaki (and since I’m watching Bakuon!!, I’ve told the guy a few things about that series).
…and I thought the photos that I will take at night will be bad — turns out I’m wrong, and I’m happy with the decent pics that I took.
To cap off the night, we had a long talk and he shared the things he do with me — aside from being a multimedia artist, he does his own tracks as well. I’m looking forward to a collaboration with him soon.
Here are other photos from the BGC to cap off this post. See you soon.