smart stealing from subscribers. intentional? if you’re using their data promos, be watchful. you think you used up your load, nope. they’re charging you outside your subscription.
if you don’t call them and spend 15min of your time just to have it adjusted, its theirs. you don’t even get a thank you.
if this happens to me almost everyday, multiply that by millions of subscriber and you get hundreds of millions of loot.
you try to call them and complain but you don’t have enough load to make the call because they stole it in the first place.
if you’re really concern about over charging, it’s easy to make a script to compare charges over data subscription. but you don’t and you just let it slide and report it in your net profit.
please share to warn other smart data subscribers.
Shooting fireworks is a long exposure approach.
RECENTLY, I was asked to shoot a facility during its inauguration. The client wanted to capture the fireworks with the factory in the foreground. It was not something fancy but my apprehension is I haven’t taken fireworks for half a decade already. Like many of the newbie photographers, shooting fireworks was in my list when I was starting up back then. Continue reading “Shooting Fireworks” »
Editing using Lightroom
After all the sentiments and complaints against the contest, here we are again, taking our chance to win in one of the prestigious photo contest in Cebu. In my end, I’m joining the contest to take my chance and to enjoy the photographic exercise from a privileged vantage point. It has become my ritual every year, win or lose. Continue reading “Prepping Up For Sinulog Photo Contest” »
I’m back after a long Hiatus. Shooting Food Photography this time around. Let me share my photos lately. In the coming week, I’ll talk about tips on how I achieved these shots.
Click continue reading to see more photos 🙂 Continue reading “Food Photography” »
Anther Infanter for Nexus Properties
Sometime October, I was commissioned to shoot for the new face of Nexus Properties. Had a coffee over Starbucks together with Ms Cebu, Anther Infante and the charming and sweet Ms. Shanna Lopez of Nexus Properties to talk about the project.
We scheduled the shoot a week after in a studio. It was the first time shooting without any tension at all. Everybody creatively contributed and the entire afternoon was a breeze.
More power to Nexus Properties.
Every time I conduct a basic photography workshop, I always try to open the eyes of the students about the different genre available when trying to learn photography. The most typical interests are portrait and landscape. Today I’ll talk about my experience in shooting food and working with a stylist. Continue reading “Food Photography and Styling” »
Just before winter in Melbourne, we head to the Great Ocean Road and chilled in Apollo Bay’s Music Festival for a few days. It was the first time for me and my family to visit Australia and my sister and her husband together with the kids gladly gave us a wonderful tour along the coast line from the country down under.
Continue reading “Road Trip: Apollo Bay Music Festival” »
Last week we conducted a photography workshop for Landbank staff. It was part of their employee development program. There were so many who enrolled that we have to divide the workshop into three schedules.
Our contact informed us that not everybody who enrolled owns a DSLR, some would just like to understand photography in general. To my surprise, many attended with the latest model camera having multiple lenses. Continue reading “Photographic Journey” »
18mm – City lights, Bangkok. Taken from the heights of Lebua Towers.
18mm – Floating Market, Thailand
A PHOTOGRAPHER has to go through a rigorous task of deciding what equipment to bring when traveling. Should I bring two camera bodies? What lenses should I bring? Do I need a flash? My tripod is quite heavy, can I survive the trip without it? Continue reading “What Lens To Bring” »