You all know that, other than being a freelance photographer doing Architecture, Travel and Documentary, I'm also a travel blogger since 2007! I actually have a good name as a travel blogger, ahem, modesty aside, but I am proud to say that I am Langyaw.com. And last 20 February, I got to guest at DWDD's Blogger's Hour where I was the featured guest and talked about travel blogging. I had a great time there, talking but more ...

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Dakbayan

For the past two years, I've been documenting the city skyline as part of my new personal photography project, Dakbayan: Skylines, Cebuano for city. I've always been fascinated with cities, urbanity, consumerism, and architecture. A fascination that has been ignited further when I took a workshop with Peter Bialobrzesky in 2008 which resulted in our group exhibition, Mapping Invisible Cities that was shown in key ASEAN ...

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Photoshop before and after

I've been looking for some images in my archive when I stumbled on an old photo of my grandmother, Lola Tasyon that I retouched and cleaned up using Photoshop. I think I did this three years ago and I just think that I will put some photos that I did some photoediting work on several years ago. After going over other images, I found four that I want to show. The archival photo of my Lola Tasyon's younger self was a bit of ...

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Going Places article

It's with great pride to announce that my first travel column, Langyaw Travel has just been published with the January 2017 issue of Manila Bulletin's Going Places magazine. Going Places is the former Cruising, which for several years have been a reliable travel and motoring publication. This month, they rebranded and reformatted it to its current title focusing solely on travel and the travel lifestyle. Langyaw ...

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It's been a while since I last posted in this blog but with the new theme that I am currently tweaking and as I am overhauling my portfolio site, allow me to post a few images I took yesterday before dawn during the religious procession in honor of the Sto Nino, the Holy Child, a representation of the child god in military finery. The event is the start of the nine day novena masses for the feast of the Sto Nino on the third ...

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For the past weeks, ever since I arrived here in Phuket last 23 December 2015, I've been busy shooting interiors for a booking website. And I'm not complaining as, for the first time, I am trying out this new kind of lifestyle where I travel to work as well as have a good time not only in the Philippines but in other countries as well. While before, my travels abroad were purely leisure and limited to a few days or just a ...

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