I started taking photos way back in high school when I got my first
camera from the money I got from my ninongs and ninangs during
Christmastime. I love capturing candid moments, this is one of  my
favorite themes in photography. You’ll never know when that moment comes
and so you just need to keep a watchful eye and swift reflexes when I
have my camera with me.

 
Here are just some of the photos which I am very proud and glad to
have taken that shot. A simple click, one, two and three and several
more.. Genuinely capture true emotions.. Happiness..

With a simple smile or twinkle in their eyes as they  play around, stamping on water coming  out of the fountain.

Barefoot and dancing til they drop in the street parade during the Aliwan Fiesta..

It gives me joy to capture their happiness and lock it in eternity.
It makes my heart flutter. Let’s change the way we see happiness and go
back to the basics — a simple smile, basking in the sun, playing with
water fountain, dancing til you drop in the streets or plainly playing
around with the other kids in the neighborhood or playing in the rain.

Simple things.. Simple means, simply spell HAPPINESS!


I learned that I can also capture happiness with the new Huawei P9. A
smartphone with DLSR functions. Being an avid DLSR user, the Huawei P9
truly is a great handy alternative for photowalks and simple getaways. I
can capture candid moments; same way as my Nikon D3100. With its dual
lenses by Leica, it can produce sharp and high quality photos plus other
features like slo-mo, long exposures and timelapse. All these in one
compact mobile device — the Huawei P9

Your partner in changing the way you see happiness!

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AILEEN is a Web Chef, stirring up and strategizing your brand’s best interactive efforts; a Customer Support Supervisor, diligently troubleshooting your queries and concerns; She is quite the McGyver, and is very handy with her tools and what-have-you’s. She prefers to hide behind her gadgets and is quite the multi-tasker being able to handle upto four screens all at the same time. We actually don’t know how she does it – maybe it’s called talent, that’s what it is!

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