About Uncommon Photographers
Photographers and would-be-photographers are a different lot. We go to any lengths to take that perfect photograph.
Here are some photos I took of photographers in action. Some were shot deliberately, but in many, I didn’t realize, the photographers were included.
I will try very hard to add a new photograph or two every day, taken that day or the previous day. With the proliferation of digital cameras, it is no longer difficult to find photographers running around. However, there are days (especially during winter) that I probably won’t have a chance to photograph anything … in that case, I will upload archival material from my burgeoning collection of digital and digitized photographs. And especially that I just put up this site recently, many of the pictures I will post are older photographs.
Submissions are welcome. Please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name (no aliases please, no kidding) and description of your photograph. Size should be anywhere from 640 px to 800 px on the longest dimension, not more than 200 kb. I haven’t figured out automatic submission yet, so please be patient if your photograph does not appear right away. I usually work on this during the evening, so most probably, your submission will appear the following day.
Submitted photographs should show the photographer holding the camera and in the act of shooting the event/scene he/she is photographing that may or may not be a part of the photograph.
Please don’t add any text or graphics on your photograph.
About the Favicon
The favicon is that little icon located just before the url in your browsers address bar. It can also be found next to a website’s or page’s name in your list of bookmarks.
Ken Ilio Associates’ family of sites uses the equivalent of letter “P” in the ancient Tagalog script called “alibata.” I chose this icon to represent the first letter of the Philippines.
About the Logo
The logo is the Bisaya script equivalent of the letters T and P, for Tribung Pinoy (The Filipino Tribe), the main site of Ken Ilio Associates. I chose the Bisaya Hervas script for the logo to pay homage to the region of the Philippines where I come from – the Visayan islands in Central Philippines.