He is not a Photoshop artist. He does not post process. He crops and that's it. I loved that he takes photos and leaves it at that.
He did a photo shoot with my family last Sunday and here are his works.
If you like his work, you can see more of it by liking his facebook page.
What are you waiting for? Show ME some love by liking his page. :)
He takes nice photos indeed! :D My fave from this set is your photo with B, and the family picture.. :)ReplyDelete
Great photos you have here. ♥ I hope I also have a good cam so I can stuff like this too. :PReplyDelete
he is great!
nice photos :)ReplyDelete
aww sweet :) family photos are really the bestReplyDelete
Gorgeous and photogenic family!ReplyDelete
I like the 3rd and last photos. :)ReplyDelete
This is awesome! I like the family picture the most!:)ReplyDelete
Wow ang galing ng first shot! So natural and Ganda ng composition! The color of the skin is also perfect and the lighting! Congrats sis!! I love the family photo too!! Keep on shooting! ;)ReplyDelete
Oh no.. Akala ko Ikaw kumuha ng first shot! Sorry.. Hehe... Nauna na comment ko before reading.. ;)) sige will check more of his work! ;)ReplyDelete
he's using a good camera, love the photos :)ReplyDelete
Cool..walking edit edit... ;)ReplyDelete
minimalist = digs! ;)ReplyDelete
great shot, maybe I cannot take a good pic like thatReplyDelete
Love th family shot the most. A very good photographer indeed.:)ReplyDelete
Thank you for all the appreciation. But was wondering why a few has a notion that a good picture requires a good camera.ReplyDelete
Still art also requires proper lighting, a good model, the right mood and a good eye.
Spread the love! :)
Awesome job! Third one's my fave :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures. Are your brothers twins? Kudos to your FM.ReplyDelete
Galing naman, parang print ad ang dating, just recently bought my first DSLR kaya inaaral ko pa ang pagkuha ng photos. Nasanay kasi sa point and shoot. :)ReplyDelete
lucky you! love the photo with the kid...liked his page too.ReplyDelete
great shots and i love it..ReplyDelete
nice family pics... shows your closeness. Yahweh bless.ReplyDelete
whoah! minimalist technique...ReplyDelete
Nice shots kuhang kuha ang smile at saya, your brother really look alike, they're twin?ReplyDelete
What caught my attention was your header. So makulay nga. hehe.ReplyDelete
Your friend really had the skills. How much more if he know post editing? Awesome job Mr. Jules!
Your baby is so cute! FM is a talented photographer! Why don't he, you and Sumi teach us some photography lessons for free??:-P! I already liked his FB fanpage.ReplyDelete
Nice photo shots! Happy family you have. :)ReplyDelete
Candid shots and vivid photos he takes. His shots are so reflective of what your happy life really is!ReplyDelete
If you ask me..ReplyDelete
I don't really like cropping pictures or adjusting orientations.
It does the trick of removing unnecessary or sometimes details on the photo.. kind of like hiding something, or missing the rule of thirds.
but then we have our own preferences.
some like it with post process while others don't.
The photos look AMAZING btw!
if post edited, I would've tip the temperature to blue, adjusted the darker tones, and brought down exposure just a little to remove the gloss on the skin.
I still like to seeraw and unedited photos like this.ReplyDelete
A true photographer, indeed!ReplyDelete
nice shots! :))ReplyDelete
Nice shots! :)ReplyDelete
I knew only a few photographers who would be considered a purist (I recall seeing your post considering him a purist a few days back). I used to be one of them (Tamad kasi ako magedit back then) but photoshop/lightroom isn't that bad for an assistant. ^_^ReplyDelete
I got to check his works on fb. If you ask me, if he crops to shoot (meaning filling the frame before shooting) he'd be a purist. However, if he crops using any software available, he can't be considered a purist (that's my own opinion btw).
Well, he has his reasons naman why he prefers it as is. ^_^
your photo with B is my fave :-)ReplyDelete
and i liked your profile pic too
Nonetheless, the photo were good and the model fits...galing ng pagka-emote...But I would just like to made a point that good pictures are taken by excellent photographers and not because of a high tech cameras...a point and shoot can always do.ReplyDelete
Nice photos! But post processing of photos like the brightness won't ruin the natural look of the photo instead it enhances the photo to be beautiful enough :) but for this overall great job! :)ReplyDelete
NICE family pictures and thumbs up for the photographer.ReplyDelete
His style is unique and simple.
Nice photos. Though there is really nothing wrong with post-processing because there are really colors that cannot be caught by the camera's sensor. Pero for a family portrait, sticking to the colors is a really nice thing though adjusting a little bit won't hurt. :)ReplyDelete
I like the 3rd photo best. So cute! :>
I love the photos! :) I like how FM was able to capture emotions in the pictures and without post processing too. My favorite is the third picture. You can feel the love and care in the pic.ReplyDelete
Take care! :)
What fabulous photos. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Great to discover your blog.ReplyDelete
You have a beautiful family.
I do admire the Zen quality of Jules Maliuanag.
The image with you and I suppose your son (?) is the image I liked best. :)
Ayos! Ganda ng mga kuha :)ReplyDelete
i like all the photos but my favorite is your pic with your son. All are good shots.ReplyDelete