The picture shown above was taken the first week of August this year. It was a the birthday of a friend’s son. They decided to do a pig roast, however, I was not able to get that picture because I was still at work when they roasted a whole pig.
After work, I went straight to their house and had my fill of all the food they had during that occasion. Though, there was still half of the pig left it was pretty obvious that most of them liked the skin (that is usually is the case). I did not eat much of the roasted pig (they call it lechon in our language).
After I ate, I rested and played basketball with the kids. I really need to work on my cardio because I get easily winded. Towards that evening I went out to my car and grabbed a light stand and setup two flashes (both setup at 1/4 power) and did several shots of kids as well as adults jumping into the water, click here to see other shots. This was my first time to use my Sony Alpha 99V DSLT for night shooting. It was a learning experience to use an electronic view finder at night as opposed to the optical view finder in my Sony Alpha 850 DSLR. It was fun but I had to pack up early because it started to drizzle.