Hi guys! I found out after checking my site meter that there were still some of you who visit this site. Kindly bookmark my new blog site as I transferred my hosting to my very own joeyreyna.com… My new Come Blog With Me site is here. I’m trying always to update as soon as I can on my new blog site which is http://www.joeyreyna.com/blog.Tara na!… Balhin na!!!
I’ve been longing to post this engagement session I had last month. These two lovely couple was all excited about the shoot… They decided to have their engagement session in two locations. We headed first to Marjorie’s Garden at Sta. Rita, Samar and proceeded to Raphael Farms. On our way to Raphael Farms, we asked permission from the Police who was manning the Samar side check-point of San Juanico Bridge if we can stop by the bridge and have some photos taken… and everything went smoothly.
Vincent introduced me to Nicelle on the time were about to leave for Marjorie’s Garden. Nicelle just arrived from the U.S. two days before our engagement shoot and they immediately worked on their civil wedding that happened on the morning of our shoot. Vincent and Nicelle were just so comfortable with each other… I had a blast capturing their moments together as both of them were just enjoying the entire shoot.
Here are a few favorites…
To all the family, relatives and friends of Vincent and Nicelle, if you wish to check out more photos of their engagement session as well as their wedding pictures, kindly contact them and ask for the password of their gallery. You can access their gallery at www.joeyreyna.com and hit the client section.
By the way, I need your help guys… There are friends who regularly checks my blog and informed me that the photos posted here are cut at the right side especially the horizontal/s? I need to know co’z if I check my blog using my PC the photos are ok but if I’m using my mac its cut. Please help… I need your comments. Thanks!
I know I suck lately in my blog life… It’s just that I’m blessed with some projects that I need to work on it. Hopefully, with a new staff on my team it will help me lessen my workload.
Anyways, I have to post this cool wedding of Jones and Tintin that’s been always in my to do list but never had the chance to post here.
Here are some of my fave’s… Read the rest of this entry »
This I believe was the longest time I wasn’t able to post in my blog. I hope my blog stalkers still has the patience to check my blog once in a while…
Anyways, I’m posting again another wedding shoot we’ve done last July… The wedding ceremony was held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish were Fr. Elmo was the main celebrant. My team was excited in their wedding as it was our first time to shoot at Le Jardin were the reception was held. Le Jardin is the newest event venue in Tacloban. It was carefully planned by the owners to be the best garden reception hall in the City. It is located at Brgy. Apitong, Tacloban City just a stone throw away from Angelicum School. Jessie and Cecile was both having fun during their wedding. Both of them grew up in Dulag, Leyte but Jessie is now based in the Middle East.
Here are some of the photos I took of Jessie and Cecile. To check out more photos of their wedding feel free to visit the client section of my website. However, the gallery though is password protected and only the family, relatives and friends of the couple can access it. The password of their gallery is Cecile’s family name (all in small caps). Sorry no clues here… 🙂 Read the rest of this entry »
Still here… Trying to catch up as I have lots of stuff to share to you especially last month’s festivities here in Tacloban.
Anyways, we are delighted to capture the wedding of Ariel Clemente and Rose Marie Arteche last July 3. Both of them are based in the U.S. and both also were my neighbors at PHHC village back then. They’ve been civilly married for 22 years before they eventually decided to tie the knot here in the Philippines. The ceremony was held at Sto. Niño Church and the reception were at Kanhuraw Convention Center. The great food was catered by no less than Dottie Capucion and Dana Flower Shop took care of the flowers. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m still catching up for my past wedding gigs. Brian and Alma were one of our coolest couple ever. They’re totally game since our first meeting few days before their wedding day. It was only Niña (the coordinator) who made the necessary preparations as both of the couple are based in Canada. We had a good weather and not to mention a great crowd. Both Brian and Alma’s closest relatives and friends flew over to Tacloban just to attend the wedding. It was such a fun day as everyone was enjoying especially during the reception. Read the rest of this entry »