Robert Castro took up photography as a serious hobby back in 2010 and since then, it has become a passion for him.
“Through the lens, I am able to express a creative side I never knew I had. It is a personal outlet. Whenever I capture a face or a scene, I become a part of it–not only as a spectator but also as a sort of storyteller. I guess that’s what every photographer becomes when we “click” the shutter. Our individuality comes out in how we convey that story.”
Castro started shooting simple portraits during the weekends as the official family photographer and later discovered that his heart lies in landscape photography. “Here, I can creatively express my love for the beauty of nature and all of God’s creations,” he says.
Ozki Rialubin describes himself as an artist and graphic designer who stumbled upon the infinite world of photography. That was way back in 2008.
“Since then, it has been a journey of continuous discovery. I embraced photography, applied my passion as a digital artist and focused on my main interests on architecture, urban landscape and documentaries,” he shares.
Rialubin’s degree in Architecture and previous work as an architectural renderer/designer helps in being a photographer. Currently, he is a 3D graphic designer for an international engineering firm.