Monthly Archives: January 2014

Background Music for Fashion

Aside from a wonderful stage, fashion shows should have an upbeat background music for it to be more fun to do a cat walk. Sometimes, a live band is also performing on fashion shows which the audience enjoys listening to. Having a peavey delta blues amp is definitely an advantage for the band to make the music more clear and lively.

BS Garces Anniversary Fashion Show

BS Garces Payless Mart celebrated its 1st year anniversary with a Raffle Draw, Miss Gay Contest and a Fashion Show. I am lucky that I was chosen to be one of the Ramp Models, this is my second time to do a ramp modelling stint and I liked it.
BS Garces Payless Mart is a store located in Pangantucan Bukidnon and sells different goods. It is a 3-storey building which caters to every customers needs. You name it, they have it. They have a grocery store, hardware store, department store, kitchen ware and plastic ware, they can cater all your needs.

Back to the Fashion Show, we were given 3 different outfits for the show. The first one was designed by the store owner’s daughter, Kor Garces. While the second and third outfit was chosen among their department stores clothing line.

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Guitar for the Next Theme

As you have noticed, I have been recently posting about our photo shoot that was held before 2014 started.  Bangon Bohol Event was graced by amazing photographers and gorgeous models who willingly posed for the camera.

There were props used on the shoot; balloons, bench, cowboy hats, and even a guitar. I would’ve thought a guitar would be such a nice props for shooting photos. It makes a photo a lot like in country scene.

Perhaps I should request a country bar theme for our next session, where I am up on stage, singing with a band while we’re strumming our Yamaha Guitars for the audience. Such a great idea, right?

Successful Bangon Bohol Event

Last December 30, 2013, the Pose for a Cause that I have organized to raise funds for Bohol was a SUCCESS. I am very thankful for the photographers (Jesse Raxis Pepito, Jerry Suello, Ricky and Arnen Amor, Darrel Uy, Ed Millard and Karen Mah) who went there to JOIN the cause. I am also grateful for the HMUAs (Maycee Siojo-Garces, Maria Corazon Jones, Jonathan Ayta, and Jojo) who made the models very beautiful on that day.

Thank you to the people who joined the event. Here are some of the photos taken during the event:
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Solo Photos during the Pose for a Cause

Let me share with you another set of photos that the photographers have took and edited during the Pose for a Cause that I have organized last year. These are beautiful solo photos and some were portrait-like. Though I was thinking of bringing lots of props I have forgotten to bring a classic kawai keyboard to go with the classical guitar.
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It isn’t easy to shoot people (photo shoot people) because I have tried to be a good photographer, it is also not easy to pose for the camera. Being a model is hard because you need to be beautiful, almost perfect, and you need to show some emotions and hold your breath in order to let the photographer capture that perfect shot.