Do you love the sea, peaceful beaches and small abandoned islands and do you want to spend an active holiday? Forget about Thailand and head out to the Philippines! It offers you everything you want, but without the crowds of tourists on every corner. But hurry, it will not last forever…
In addition to all the wonderful deserted beaches and turquoise sea, Philippines enchant you with its underwater beauty, the islands are a real paradise for divers. But don’t worry if you prefer to walk on the ground in an active way, you can climb a volcano or enjoy the astonished big eyes of a tarsier and the large wingspan of a flying fox.
Our photo guide will tell you through amazing photos what you can do in the Philippines, when to go there, what you taste and what photo gear to pack.
Discover beautiful photographs including GPS location and photo tips and advice from the author David Filipi. Save offline map and all content to your device.
HOW TO GET THE GUIDE?
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- Download FREE application Fripito in AppStore or GooglePlay
- Choose “Philippines” guide
- Purchase it through AppStore or GooglePlay and download the guide to your device.
More about guide author David Filipi
His path as a photographer started through passion for understanding how the technology works. He was working for 4 years in Institute of Digital Photography (IDIF) in Prague and led several kinds of workshops, teaching keen photographers how to make better pictures of products, portraits or how to operate their DSLR. As a photographer, he worked for many clients satisfying their needs for product photography (L’Oreal), corporate events and cultural events (several music magazines).
Even though he has been working as a journalist, project manager and director of sales and marketing, digital photography has been with him all the time. It actually started his whole career and thanks to DP he has traveled to many different places around the world and have met many interesting people. He loves photography because he feel calm and peace while looking through viewfinder. His motto: “All you have to be focused on is the subject.” Literally. He also met the love of his life through the viewfinder 🙂
Most of his favorite pictures were created during several photographic workshops to South Africa, Namibia and USA.
Now he is settled in Las Vegas, looking forward for next big adventures. He also does a real estate photography in Las Vegas.