Lately I’ve been fascinated with creative watermarks I find on tumblr, their fonts and the positioning can be by itself an art form too as photography. Someone said that I should put a watermark on my photos but I don’t feel like my photos deserve that. Not that I find my photos so ridiculous but just not too impressive to be stolen. I would only want to take care of my photos because my family and friends are on them. I also think that they are only for photographers. I don’t even call my work as photography nor call myself a photographer. I think those words are too grand for me and more applicable to those who are taking pictures for a living.
I did it however, not on my digital photos, but on my lomo photos instead and I say it’s a complete mess. It’s so untidy and unpleasant to look at. It doesn’t look like a watermark but a label on the photo, and heck, it’s my name!
Sadly, I am halfway down my second roll in my watermarked Diana Mini so expect more of these *blush*
The unsorted clothes
David ensures that clothes are packed accordingly
All work no play
Superman brings the packed clothes to the weighing area. 2kg per bag.
This is Mike, the official photographer to cover the event. Nice meeting you!
This is Tamura-san, I forgot to ask him the bento menu on Monday
Ate Gina, thank you for being so friendly. It was nice meeting you too. 🙂
The committee doing a quick meeting during the break
We packed a total of 4000++ bags from AM and PM shift
Thank you to the Department of Social Welfare and Development for giving us the chance to extend a hand to those affected by the typhoon.
(At least) I’m happy that I belong to an organization that values love for fellow countrymen (naks) ♥
I feel like I’ve been left behind, be it my love life or career.
Love: Men always come and go so quick. But that is not what the blabbing is about. The sentiment is, why do they come to bore me to death, if not, they come ill, sick in the head. Sure, there is no school to major in how to be interesting but how about speaking your mind out and involve yourself in the conversation. It insults me when I do monologues with just one audience member.
Career: Work to me now is purely, sincerely and only a source of income. It’s not very healthy or very likely to feel this way when you work for an established international IT company, I know. I feel so restless and burned-out. This is not coming from discontentment (with pay or job post etc.) but with doing the exact same thing every single day. Also, if I may highlight, the lack of proper recognition which is an understatement of office politics that is inevitable and rampant (here). Sadly, hard work is not all it takes to succeed in the real world and this, to me, is the greatest thing I’ve learned so far in my two years at work.
It pains me a lot when I lose all my writings because of incompetent browsers. I could have explained myself better with a lengthier text but I like how it turned out to be summarized when I rewrote it.
*Lomography Redscale XR 50-200 on Bell + Howell (Walang koneksyon ang pictures sa content, duh. Haha.)