Category Archive for: Travel

Philippine Surfboard Shaper – KM69

   Geraldine Last week, we went to visit surfboard-shaper James of Kilomoter 69. He was kind enough to let us shoot his process and even let us have lunch – amazing roast chicken and sukiyaki cooked by his mom!           When we started shooting the shaping process, styro-flakes are everywhere. My…

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Coffee Beds in Benguet

Coffee is something that I had taken for granted until I first visited a coffee farm back in the summer. It was on that trip interviewing and speaking to coffee farmers that made me realize just how hard it was for farmers. People sitting in Starbucks or other fancy coffee corporate chains don’t think about…

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Film Friday: Through the Ground Glass

   Peter I love this short video about a large format photographer Joe Allen Freeman by Hawk Bolt Productions. Through the Ground Glass from Taylor Hawkins on Vimeo. I didn’t always work in video in fact I start my career as a photographer when I helped set up a music and lifestyle magazine in Seoul South Korea.…

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Trafigura Foundation

 Geraldine Our project with Trafigura Foundation has been under wraps since early June, but we are glad to finally feature the videos we’ve shot and edited. Though we still have another project underway, the first two videos are ready to publish. Trafigura Foundation sponsors partner organisations around the world in carrying out and strengthening programmes…

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A Week in Videos: Episode 2

It’s Friday and that means another episode of the best videos that have been played in the Exposure office this week. This week we’ve got 16 year old surfers, recovering alcoholics, a motorcycle owning Mom, the late Leonard Knight, forest workers in BC, and a man who walks a cabbage in China. Scroll down to…

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Viva Manila!

We’ve been frequenting Manila more often since our move this year. One reason is that Peter’s VISA needed to be processed at Bureau of Immigration in Magallanes Drive, Manila. We love the atmosphere in Intramuros and we love walking around the walled city. So when we had the chance to shoot for Viva Manila for…

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Gear Talk: What’s in the Exposure Bags

 Peter Our gear depends on the nature of the job or the location of the shoot but this is pretty much the default gear we’d take on a normal shoot: 1. Peter’s 5D MkIII plus lenses – 28mm, 50mm, 100mm and 70-200mm 2. Geraldine’s 6D plus 24-105mm lens 3. Video tripod – EIMAGE A-7402A 4. Camera…

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Kalsada, Coffee Memories and Mountains

I have to thank my Dad for getting me to appreciate coffee. Actually my parents are pretty much responsible for my huge appetite and love of food. I was fortunate enough that my parents loved to travel with us kids. I’m pretty sure that’s where my love affair of food started. I can remember our…

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Good Friday Crucifixions

Holy Week for me meant I get to stay home for 4 days and not work and sloth around eating, sleeping late and doing nothing. Sometimes we would go to the beach with the family but it’s usually hot time of the month. I remember when coming home to Dagupan from Manila, we’d see penitents…

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Behind the Scenes: Art of Batok

For our first assignment we travelled to the Cordillera mountains to tell the story of Whang Od, a 95-year old traditional Kalinga tattoo artist. We produced a video story for Assignment Asia, a new program by CCTV focusing on stories from across Asia. Whang Od is possibly the “last” artist who practices the art of…

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