Panning Shots din pag me time

Its been months since I’ve last used Fudgee (my Fuji S1800 camera) for some rigid photo activity. So when I heard that Yamaha Philippines will hold its MotoGP Race at the nearby Robinson’s Mall Novaliches. I have to make sure that I’m free of my schedules that day.

This kind of motorsport is the best when you want to practice “panning shots“, which is particularly one my favorite photography techniques. Albeit am a bit rusty, I was able to captured some couple of nice shots from the hundreds that I made during the event haha!

Enjoy the pictures.











Geri Barcelona Photography S3 2013

I haven’t done any serious photography lately so I’ll just post three of my not-so-recent serious photos 😀

Manila City Hall
Here is the Manila City Hall in pseudo-HDR and some lightning effects.

Manila High School
Another pseudo-HDR, this time, the Manila High School (Both images were taken at the roof deck of Bay Leaf Hotel)

This supposed to be a street photography only I failed on capturing emotions but successfully captured both plates 😀

Geri Barcelona Fotografix S2 2013

An HDR self-portrait promoting Pinoy Drift Trikes body bag. Shot by my colleague Zenkx  – HTC Vivid

pinoy drift trikes at shotgun road in san mateo

An HDR shot of Tricia (my drift trike) at Shotgun Road in San Mateo, Rizal. By the way, the clouds are artificial only 😀  – Fuji S1800

toothbrush lovers

The scene: A woman caught his boyfriend kissing another girl! Only the characters are not human but toothbrush 😀 – HTC Vivid


Nice ambiance, cool wind and this yummy dish served hot at Bikers Cafe in San Mateo, Rizal – HTC Vivid

wawa pnsers 2013

With my colleagues at PnSers Camera Club during a photowalk at Wawa Dam in Rodriguez, Rizal

ET Pinoy style

You can relate to this photo if you have watched E.T. – HTC Vivid


I really wanted to change the title of this HDR photo to “Touchscreen” , but Tindera fits well too. – HTC Vivid


Also  HDR, a boatman rest on a hammock on the side of his Jollibee sponsored boat (I think so hehe) Fuji S1800