This year’s Manila International Auto Show (Part 3 of 3)

The Diana Mini and Minmei (the Pink Fisheye No. 2) were my weapons of choice. Minmei was supposedly the only film camera I wanted to bring, but I brought the Diana Mini too for a film project. I shall disclose that soon. 🙂 The Diana Mini roll hasn’t been processed yet, but I already have that from Minmei. I am happy with results. There are no wasted shots from the roll! 😀 See below for the pics. Film I used was a fresh Eurocolor 200.

Minmei was for the girls only, but I also took pictures of some cars too. Let’s start with those.

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This is for YOU.


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I have more than 20 pictures of girls. Here are those that turned out good and I like.

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I like her! But you already know that from the previous post. XD;


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I should have requested them to do several more poses. :3


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w00t


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I’m happy. 😀 She’s happy. Maru’s happy. Marco’s… Idk. 😛


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The girls look less stiff in these shots compared to those taken with the digital camera. There are two grainy shots, but still not a waste. 😀 Minmei does live up to being my favorite now. A lot of the girls liked Minmei too. It’s such an attention grabber… Or whore. LOL Some of them girls told me how cute my camera is. Some asked what it is called. But they were disappointed they couldn’t see their picture right away. ^^;;;

I am pretty impressed with this year’s Manila International Auto Show. There were more cars on display, more spacious so it was easier to walk around, and there were more girl models. Even though we went on a Saturday, there weren’t so many people especially kids running around. The visitors were actually more behaved. I was able to experience, btw, riding a free shuttle from PTTC to WTC. Such a waste of gas when WTC is just beside PTTC. But that gave us time to rest our legs for our second round. As mentioned previously, my only gripe on this event was the food area. I also hope to see more vintage cars next year.

Links to the previous parts — Part 1 & Part 2
The galleries — Manila International Auto Show 2011 and MIAS 2011 in Fisheye No. 2

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