Saturday, August 23, 2008

Picture CIty pictorial of NAASCU Beauties

Girls: L-R Angelica, Miles, Jenny
Guys: Roy & Xander

Pictorials are always fun to do especially when you are already viewing the beauty of the pictures you have just shot. One of the sponsors of the NAASCU is Picture City and one thing funny about Picture city is that I discovered that the owner is an Assoc mate and barkada from the Ateneo – Paul Santos. Paul was with his sister Tess who i got to meet years ago when she was a freshman in college, now she has her own family and heads the Marketing of picture city. Looking at her you would still mistake her as a fresh graduate considering that she still looks very young and shy.

Just this morning we had a pictorial at the picture city studio in Timog where 5 students who vied for Mr. and Ms. NAASCU during the opening were called upon by the Picture city management for another photo shoot. If you were to visit Picture City centers you are in for a treat with their 10 +3 promo for digital photos for it gives you a chance to get freebies specially when you have lots of your photos printed. The pictures in this pictorial will be sent to various picture city branches that they will in turn post in their branches. Besides the usual solos they students also posed as a barakda.

Jenny, Angelica & Miles

Like what they say we all have our favorites, well the fave of the Picture city crew were these five lovely and lively students from various NAASCU schools. The students who were picked to join this crazy 5 barkada were Jennifer de Guzman of Informatics North Avenue Branch, Xander Galisim a Nursing student from the University of Makati, Roy Sincoza and Angelica Reyes of San Sebastian Cavite and Miles Cajumban of who is a BS Nursing student from STI College Sta. Cruz.

The gals smile at the handsome photographer

The guys were a little bit tight at the start, what do you expect they only saw each other during the opening of the NAASCU and never had a chance to talk to each other. Eventually the tightness tapered off and they somewhat began to get a little bit of chemistry in their photos. Your typical ordinary students learning and starting to become photo shoot professionals. Its hard to put five unfamiliar faces and expect them to have a sense of chemistry rightaway most specially when they shot the group shots first. But eventually they got it.

Miles with the Real Aga Muhlach

As usual I myself tried to practice by getting some shots also and I am quite happy with the results of my shots.

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