Thursday, January 17, 2013

4th year IT 2012-2013 Field Trip


Last year, 2012, my batch had our field trip in Cebu and I would like to share our fun there. It was a very memorable experience and it will never be that great if not because of all the people behind it. Anyway, the photos are taken with my Nikon D3100. As stated on my other post Nikon D3100 is a user friendly DSLR camera design for beginners. That's why that camera is so perfect for me, not to mention the price is cheaper given all its feature and performance, compare to its counterparts and the other models.

Cagayan de Oro Departure at dawn:

Off to Cebu. Taken with NIKON D3100
Off to Cebu: Dawn
Off to Cebu. Taken with NIKON D3100
Off to Cebu: Clouds
Off to Cebu. Taken with NIKON D3100. With Sheenalyn Go as my subject.
Off to Cebu: Dawn with Sheena
First Day:

I forgot what's the name of the building though.
Amazing Building

Located at Sto Niño, Cebu
Magellan's Cross
Taken with Nikon D3100. Water flowing on her background.
Ailyn at Ayala Cebu
Taken with Nikon D3100. Photographed by Clemen
Sheena and I at Cebu Ayala
Outside the Sto Niño Church
Monuments Outside the Sto Niño Church
Taken with Nikon D3100
Clemen at Sto Niño Church

Second Day:

Taken with Nikon D3100
Alegre Guitar Shop
Photographed by Clemen
Me at Alegre Guitar Shop
Taken with Nikon D3100
Lucman at Alegre Guitar Shop
Taken by Nikon D3100
Mural with Clemen and Sheena

Third Day: Museum

Taken inside the bus.
Monument along our way
Sugbo Museum
Bundles of old money
Sugbo Museum
Old player
Sugbo Museum
Knife

Last Day and Cebu Departure:

Taken with Nikon D3100
Last Day: Chinese Temple
Taken with Nikon D3100
Last Day: Clemen at Chinese Temple
Taken with Nikon D3100
Last Day: Ate Analie at Chinese Temple
Photographed by Lucman
Last Day: I Love Cebu
Taken with Nikon D3100
Departure: Sunrise
Taken with Nikon D310
Departure: The Sun

4 comments:

  1. The photos are really amazing. I love our country and beautiful places it has. Soon I will travel all over the country and share the world how beautiful Philippines is.

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