Anonymous asked: I wish the current theme your using will be published someday! It’s so simple yet eye-catching
Thanks, but it has actually been published, though. It’s just a modified version of “Cassadaga.” :)
Anonymous asked: damn i wanna be ur friend so bad
Well, who says we can’t?! :)
re-dblogs asked: Hi Ate! Can i also have Vermeer? I’m @dianvrml on twitter! :) Thank you po!! Btw, your photographs are reaaaaaally lovely! :-) Good day!
You’re welcome, and thank you too for the kind words. :)
Anonymous asked: Can’t wait for you to publish your previous theme, Yay. When? Thanks in advance.
Well, right now I’m fixing up this blog so maybe after? The theme needs a couple of adjustments before it goes public. I probably won’t publish it on the Theme Garden, though. I’ll just set up a download link somewhere.
Anonymous asked: how can i add “source and via” links on my every post?
It automatically does that when you’ve reblogged something. If it doesn’t show up then you need to manually put it in the post’s settings (that gear button on the top right-hand corner).
Anonymous asked: i really wanna do a photo blog but i only got a point and shoot camera. how do i come up with good quality photos out of it? any advice? thanks.
P&S cameras nowadays produce almost-SLR quality results than back when I was still using one. Don’t get discouraged with the kind of camera you have. Heck, Kevin Russ filled his entire portfolio shooting only with an iPhone and he’s famous on Instragram because of them. And they are seriously phenomenal. (Post-processing improved them, of course. He uses the VSCO app.) I think you can produce great results as long as you know how to take a photo. Even if you’re just using some P&S camera that survived from 2008.
Don’t let the camera prevent you from sharing with the world what you can do. It can only take you so far.
Anonymous asked: Sorry this might sound ridiculous but do you watch Asian dramas/ movies? Do you ever listen to Kpop that is in craze in everyone right now?
It’s not ridiculous at all, but no, I don’t. I used to watch those Korean dramas on TV back in the Philippines when I was in high school (OK, I admit, also in college). They were good shows but I was never hooked. As for Korean pop music, no. I’ve never given them a try. Pop is bad enough these days without the foreign language.