Philippine Photography Blogs
Interested in setting up your own blog site dedicated to your photos? Or perhaps you're simply a photo connoisseur, browsing through the talent that Filipinos can offer. Well, here are some blog sites that feature photos and photographers. Click on and view the pictures that a thousand words cannot express.
A personal portfolio and blog site of Erickson Jao
Photo blog about the Philippines
A photo blog of a programmer living in Baguio city.
Lostphotograph is an online collection of photographs, paintings and text about the experiences, emotions and ideas of the photographer.
This is a documentation of the days in the life of the photographer.
This site shows photographs of photographers caught on camera while taking pictures, putting themselves in the most uncompromising positions just to get that perfect photograph.
A photo blog of Manila. A sneak peek of what's happening in and around Manila.
A Filipino photo weblog about Jay's country and his travels.
An online resource for the latest news, events and developments in the local Philippine photography scene featuring Filipino photographers and photography clubs.
Blogalicious talks about Philippine photographers and other stuff.
This is a Filipino photography weblog resource authored by amateur photographers who aim to share and exchange ideas and techniques to fellow hobbyists and lovers of the art of taking pictures.
This photo blog is an exhibit and a collection of some of the photographer's favorite works - a portfolio to share his art, ideas and interests.
This site features a collection of photos of ordinary people, ordinary events and ordinary things.
Thoughts and images (mostly images) about art & photography.
This site is a collection of photos about political, social, humanitarian and relief events.
Photo blog of photographer Regie "tekgik" Fernando. It's a mix of photographic skills and the unique eye of Regie. It showcases travel, still life, journal & some tips & tricks.
This is a photo blog of the photographer's memories kept alive through pictures.