Photo Walk: Quezon Memorial Circle

In the true photographer fashion, these photos shouldn't be needing filters anymore  but since I'm just a beginner and it's a shame to call me a photographer, I still had yet need to apply minor edits. And I have still a lot to learn. ~

One afternoon, my father and I went to Quezon Memorial Circle to have a photo walk. So me, who just bought my first camera, is excited. I just remembered Quezon Memorial Circle as something we go to when I was still a kid to ride a bicycle. I can't remember what's like inside or if it has been renovated ever since. To my surprise, there are really lots of people. And when I say lots.. it's really a lot. From students practicing to families bonding and having their mini picnics inside. It's also quite tiring since we roamed around the whole vicinity.

These are just some of the pictures I took. And although it's not that nice yet, I'll still post these. Hihi. Enjoy! <3

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk


Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk

Quezon Memorial Circle Photo Walk
If you have any tips, please share it with me in the comments. :)
It was fun. I should be doing more of this. :)

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7 comments:

  1. I haven't been to QC Circle in aaaaaages, since the traffic started to get pretty bad. I've been hoping to visit the President Quezon museum, because the house was originally in our neighborhood in New Manila. It always fascinated me that they rebuilt it in the Circle! Soon, I'll go with my son. -- Martine

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  2. Hi Maaya! I also went to QC Circle last month. You can see from the link I put in my name here. I loved the place because it was a refreshing take on museums. I also like QC Circle because of the variety of things you can do here. A photowalk like you did is surely one of em!

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  3. Hi Maya, although I am also not a photographer, yet, I also seek and search advice from the experts on facebook group. one of those that I learned is to learn what's the importance of "saturation". hehehehe.. I hope it will be applied also to your edits.. although, I'm no expert, and I could not tell about your photo from a photographer's perspective. What you are doing, is really awesome. There's life to what the Quezon Avenue truly is. Bravo to that.

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    1. Thank you! Yup, I always use saturation whenever I edit my photos. It gives color to my photos. :)

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  4. Aaaah thank you for reminding me there's a park I can visit whenever I need to recharge! My office is just a walking distance away from Circle and I haven't been there since last year! I miss their buko juice!

    Your photos look nice! What camera did you buy?
    Also I found it sweet your dad came with you! <3

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    1. yayyy thank you! I used Canon EOS M3. Blog post here: http://www.maayalegaspi.com/2016/09/canon-eos-m3-because-every-picture.html

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  5. The pictures are great in my opinion. I love how alive they are. I haven't been to QCMC in awhile but it looks like worth a visit again. Maybe we'll have a photoshoot my family and I.

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