So this is why model photography is addicting to some people

Jill and Ayi
Jill and Ayi

The story’s too long and taxing to tell, I’ll write it all down some other time. Let’s just put it this way: I had the prettiest models, and I had a kick-ass mentor, an assistant, and a studio where local TV stars get photographed. And the only expense was a dinner treat for my gorgeous subjects. Oh, and taxi fare.

I guess I’m still on a high from the experience, initiated by a real simple hunch that this feels right, and I had to do it, because I’d be damn restless if I didn’t push through with the whole thing.

7 thoughts on “So this is why model photography is addicting to some people

  1. maya says:

    rain adik. :p

  2. Jonas says:

    Why am I not surprised na addicting siya? Hehehe! 😀 Galing bro, looks like this will keep you busy for awhile. I’ll look forward to seeing the photos you take sa mga magazines soon!

  3. rain says:

    Jonas, studio photography is my biggest challenge so far, kasi it doesn’t rely entirely on instinct e: the lights, the poses, etc. I’m not saying gig, or even street photography is my forte, but that’s where I’m most comfortable e, and I’m actually proud of the little work I’ve done with shoots of that nature.

    Pero mehn, with beautiful models like Ayi and Jill? May story pa yan, most notable on how I was able to convince them to pose for me 🙂

  4. Jonas says:

    Considering what you just mentioned, studio photography looks really challenging, although it doesn’t show in your recent photos. 🙂 Hmm, curious ako sa story behind the models, hehehe. 😀

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  6. rain says:

    Jonas: Na-publish na ang istorya! Woohoo

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