They all wrote about their individual experiences in their respective blogs. You can check out some of the pictures from Markku’s photo gallery.
Things I learned:
1. Masarap pa rin ang Aysee’s
2. Single si Abe. Apply na kayo, blogger gals!
3. A 50mm lens can do wonders
4. Tsismis outweights SEO
Thanks to Markku’s wonder dSLR (yes the wonder of 50mm lenses), he took one of my best portraits. I hope to borrow it for use in blogging profile pictures. (Hope its ok!)
In return, I took one for him:
Naks, gwaping! Most pictures can be found here.
10 replies on “Blogging Dinner Aftermath”
[…] Jayvee has some photos of our blogger meet-up. Markku has photos too. So, Gail didn’t make it? […]
[…] I was supposed to meet with some friends in the evening and drop by the bloggers’ dinner Jayvee and Abe came up with. In the morning I met a client in the morning at Glorietta, then another at Megamall, then another one in Gateway. I was bone-tired by the afternoon (well, at least you can say that I made good use of the MRT train!). By the time I got home around 4pm, I had to take a nap before doing my freelance work which I planned to tinker with a little before meeting up with my friends and the bloggers. […]
the other photo where you’re not smiling is better =)
Waah, talagang may picture ko. Hehehe. Gusto mo send ko fullsize nung portrait mo? 😉
Next na EB, photoshoot/inuman na lang tayo. 🙂
… maybe by that time meron na din kamig 2 ng camera 😉
i found a second hand 50mm lens actually. 🙂
When’s the next dinner Jayvs? 🙂
Bili na tayo this weekend! 🙂
Anong 50mm yan, yung Canon 50mm f/1.8? Make sure na tamang mount yan ha. 😉
markku: next month na lang! no money pa ngayon. 😀
Ikaw no money? Pumuti na ba ang uwak? 😉 hehehe.
mahal kasi camera eh 😉
let us schedule the next meet already. dami nagtatanong
@rico – sked na sked na!