In a technology advanced world where the human mind’s attention span is dwindling down to mere seconds, telling a captivating story now goes beyond meticulously sewn together words to capturing the fitting scene set to trigger comments and tweets. Manila, although densely populated, is filled with young creatives armed with their shutter medium of choice and a critical eye for the unseen. From angles to lights, these four individuals are where they are meant to be, behind a viewfinder, capturing spell-binding works of art through each click of the camera. – Hola Pauline
Transforming the real world to a neon and pastel otherworldly, Cru Camara, not her real name, focuses on the everyday unseen gestures to deliver an oddly satisfying photograph.
Reawakening the art of film photography from a bygone era, Redge Hawang captures the fast paced 21st century with a meticulous and slow paced medium, creating the ideal contrast.
Mystified by the streets of the Metro, Aly Mananquil delivers Manila’s street culture impeccably filtered with the untold secrets and lives of her subjects.
Importing the much hyped Hallyu vibe locally, this Filipina photographer constructs the perfect still shot straight out of an aesthetically pleasing kpop music video.