Guardian of the Stairs

Instead of the live native Igorots who pose for photos at the the first viewdeck coming from Banaue town proper, I looked around the shops to use as something also representative of the place. I saw this wood carving. I shot it with the terraces outside, but of course the background is kind of blown out because of limited tools I had with me. So I shot another scene of the background and superimposed the figure over it.

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Author: Robert E. Regala, CPA

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Robert Regala is the Chief Photographer of The Great PICS Studio. He is an unconventional wedding, fashion/glam, events, and landscape photographer. He left Smart Communications, Inc in 2010 to teach Accounting subjects at the University of Northern Philippines.

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