Dino Lara Photography

April 26, 2011

Address: 9186 Balagtas St., Guadalupe, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Our code of conduct serves as key to mark our identity and to flourish continuously in this business.

“The easiest way to predict the future is to invent it.”

The future holds a lot of challenges for the photography business. But challenges make every single day a milestone to provide our services best. While the future sounds like a freak show as it leaves us to imagine flying cars, we take it as a dare to research and experiment with the latest techonologies that we believe will help us exceed our customer’s expectations.

In 2001, we made the Digital Storybook to give life to the usual “album and pictures” memorabilia by enhancing it with graphic design to give the photos an exceptional look. The Digital Storybook progressed and became a trend in wedding photography.

Recently, we took a big leap to revamp our website. Website content has been improved to give all the information you need.

Dino Lara Photography will continue to evolve as the challenges, as well as the opportunities, are boundless.

The Man Behind The Camera: Dino Lara

Before following his ultimate passion in life, Dino Lara was in the Telecommunications Industry for ten years doing product development and management. Although he worked in the corporate world, Dino’s artistic nature has always been evident. From 1995 to 1996, he was into painting with watercolor and oil paints. He shifted to photography after battling with his curiosity in it and photography’s nature of being an expensive hobby. When he discovered this newfound passion, he found himself printing 2 rolls of film per week. Through the years, he realized his interest in people and event photography and in traditional black and white darkroom printing.

His interest in photography acted like a whilrlwind and brought him to a whole new world. After exploring his new passion for years, Dino Lara became a full-time wedding photographer in the year 2000. His inborn creativity gave way to a masterpiece, the Digital Storybook which he pioneered in the year 2001. He used Graphic Design in wedding albums and started the trend. Now, the Digital Storybook is widely popular and is now a standard in wedding albums.

Being a fan of happy moments, he believes that a wedding is the best event for happy moments. He doesn’t just take photographs, but he tries to make a connection through them just like what movies and music aim for. He strives to make his work to be INVOLVING to anyone who sees it.

Manila residents and tourists spending a vacation in Philippines prefer to travel out of town from Manila to the north to visit Subic, Pampanga, Angeles City and Clark Philippines. While many areas of the Philippines are plagued by crime and security concerns, Clark continues to impress the travel and tourism observers with its immaculately low crime records. Other features of Clark that attract family tourists and those visitors that are health sensitive include low pollution, peace and quiet ambiance and a most welcome absence of traffic congestion.

Many are selling off their assets to start a new life in Philippines, taking advantage of the standard-of-living differential to start a business or just enjoy living in a tropical country. With careful planning, the move to Philippines can work out brilliantly or it can be a painful mistake.

This web site contains articles and information that will be helpful to visitors, residents and tourists traveling out of town from Manila on a short getaway to Subic, Angeles City, Pampanga and Clark Philippines. There are several web sites that contain information that might also be pertinent to what is happening in North Luzon.

For assistance with organizing and planning weddings and garden receptions, log on to http://www.PhilippinesWeddingVenue.com

For assistance with lodgings, accommodations, hotels and resorts near Manila in Subic, Pampanga, Angels City and Clark Philippines log on to http://www.HotelClarkPhilippines.com

While in Clark, one might as well add to the itinerary a visit to the famous Clark Wine Center, the largest wine shop in Philippines which offers over 2000 selections of fine vintage wine from all wine regions, vintages spanning over 50 years covering all price ranges.


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