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2021: Eric Kim’s Street Photography Master Workshop in NYC

As mentioned before, I went to Eric Kim’s Street Photography Master Workshop in NYC. Eric Kim is a well-known photographer who also infuses his own philosophy into his work. (Check out his site! He has a plethora of free information.) So, when he was hosting a workshop close to my home, I figured I would… Continue reading 2021: Eric Kim’s Street Photography Master Workshop in NYC

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2021: Travel Destinations for Americans

Hello, Traveler! So, I made a travel list of countries, ranking them based on covid-19 cases and where Americans can travel right now. The sources come from CNN, US News Travel and the CDC.  I’ve listed it from least risky to the most risky places. This list may change in the upcoming months. So be on… Continue reading 2021: Travel Destinations for Americans

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2021: On the Streets of New York

Hello! So, I just went to Eric Kim’s NYC Street Photography MasterWorkshop, which was super fun and helpful. (I’ll post more on that later.)  After the 1000 plus photo shots that I took, I’ve chosen both a candid shot and a permissive/permitted shot. So, the following are just my (silly) thoughts on them. d:  The… Continue reading 2021: On the Streets of New York

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2021: To Mask or Not to Mask in Manhattan

A couple of weeks ago, before Manhattan officially allowed  “vaccinated” folks to walk the streets maskless, I was in this very city all masked up. So, these were my thoughts while walking through the streets. Also, I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph strangers with their permission and with their masks on. 🙂 While the majority… Continue reading 2021: To Mask or Not to Mask in Manhattan

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2021: No Dogs Left Behind

A screenshot of the Siberian Husky named River, whom I rescued last month. About a month ago, I discovered this non-profit organization called No Dogs Left Behind. Their mission is to rescue dogs from slaughterhouses in China, rehabilitate them, and ultimately have them all adopted into loving and secure homes. A lot of the dogs… Continue reading 2021: No Dogs Left Behind

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2019: A Stroll through the City

The weather app forecasted a chance of rain. Thankfully, though, the blue skies stayed put. In the mid afternoon my mom and I strolled through Manhattan through 10th and 9th Avenue away from the brewing crowds in Times Square. We just came from a Play about Filipinos and immigration called Felix Starro. And I wanted… Continue reading 2019: A Stroll through the City