the breakfast club
One shouldn’t take photos of people while they are eating. It’s bad taste.
Taking photos of people eyeing their food isn’t ethical too, but this is a photo of kids staring at somebody else’s food, and no doubt the food tastes good.
I’ve always thought that the pits are exclusively for pig roasting, and that shiny pot looks like a pig. Obviously I haven’t eaten yet.
Sunday morning, breakfast done and now they’re playing with a makeshift see-saw…
..while their brother has yet to finish his breakfast. No, he can’t leave the table unless he clears up his plate of sticky rice and a cup sikwate (chocolate).
Everybody’s favorite store, or maybe the only store with a counter low enough for kids.
She has her mouth covered, and she is probably just licking the margarine off that slice of bread. Technically, it’s not the same as eating.
And he is playing with his food, not considered as eating.
This, I guess, is just too good not to shoot. Breakfast on a makeshift table.
I’m back from the photo summit in Cebu. It was a series of lectures from different photographers for 3 days. While I have learned some new things from the lectures, I am not sure how they would apply to my way of capturing human interests. I do not direct the subject like a travel photographer would, nor do I focus on juxtaposing elements which is a favorite among street photographers. I don’t combine digital art into the photographs I shoot, and I am not really interested in shooting festivals. So, why did I attend? To learn a few things that might just come in handy in case my hobby takes a different direction later.