One country. Eight major hot-spots…a lifetime full of memories.

It’s home sweet home in the Philippines.

From Batangas, the home of well-known Taal Volcano nestled in a picturesque small town peppered with ancestral houses dating back to the 19th century, to Puerto Princesa’s one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature park featuring spectacular limestone landscape with UNESCO Underground River running through it- it’s breathtaking to rediscover Philippines again.

It’s seeing what was once familiar but in a new light. Literally, under a different lens. 4K it’s the next big thing after HD television, equivalent to four full HD screens into one, giving you, much more detail. The highlights of the month-long vacation back in February 2016 captured the island-hopping, back-to-back city wandering of resorts, cities, mountains, and beaches.

And as the drone zooms across pieces of lands and seas, taking picture-perfect shapes, it blew past Marikina City where I grew up, then it takes you as high as Mount Arayat in Pampanga, an extinct volcano rising to a height of 1,026 metres or 3,366 ft, surrounded by Central Luzon’s plains of rice paddies.

And as we keep heading north, we stop by the surfing capital of the Northern Philippines, none other than San Juan, La Union. The waves keep crashing, as my lens wander further up with a top stop in Baguio, once a hill station developed by the Americans in the early 1900s. Now, it’s known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines. The name of the city is derived from bagiw, the Ibaloi word for “moss”. Yet, this moss is now sprinkled with many structures, grey and coloured in tone, barely hanging on mountainside tops.

Finally, it looks over Cebu with its Spanish colonial and Roman Catholic culture imprint, the oldest city, and the first capital of the Philippines. The city’s most famous landmark is Magellan’s Cross, a Christian cross planted by Portuguese and Spanish explorers as ordered by Ferdinand Magellan upon arriving. It’s also where the famous Sinulog Festival, a massive cultural and religious festival, breaks out into celebratory dancing and rituals colouring their streets every year of January.

Thousands of miles and miles apart from this world to another, it’s creating a whole new layer of memories – not just of good old childhood days, of growing up and growing up fast, of leaving this place for the new, but returning once again with a purpose, a visual tribute to the one year death anniversary of my grandfather Patricio B. Cambay Sr., born on April 17, 1926 and died on February 24, 2015. But also to my father Godofredo L. Cambay Sr., born July 28, 1948 and passed away April 5, 1993.

And though, it’s my lens that watched over them, I believe it’s them who’s actually watching over me.

If I return again and pass through this cycle once more, I will film it UP Diliman, where I spent most of my childhood days, to reminisce, to restore…Because our memories live in our hearts…always and forever.


Song By: The Black Eyed Peas – The APL Song

Engagement Session in Boracay 2013

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Stephen and Taryn met when they were 12 as they grew up in the same town together. They started dating when they were 23. They did long distance for basically their entire relationship (6 months together, 6 months apart) as Steve was playing professional baseball in the United States. People would look at their relationship and think they were crazy or nuts, and that the relationship would never work with the distance. The late night face times, texts, and endless car rides, were daily routine. However the long distance seemed to make their bond stronger and make them value the time that that they spent together. They got engaged February 17,2016 and tied the knot January 28,2017.

Cake: Erica Ericakes Cowie
Venue: Fantasy Farm Event Centre & Banquet Hall
Wedding Planner: Taryn Wickens of Standstill Weddings & Events
Coordinator: Michelle Katherine Saabas of Kaly & Co. Events
Photographer: Jennifer Cornthwaite
Videographer: Goody Cambay Wedding Films

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It’s a beautiful life.

And it was.

Caribbean turquoise sea crashed against the stunning cliff side sunset-lit setting for this lovely couple’s destination wedding. About 60 of their friends and family joined the couple’s private ceremony at Borghinvilla’s Wedding Venue located on the border of St. Ann and Trelawny, Jamaica, to celebrate the love of Adam and Erin, and witness the joining of two people, the best of friends, saying their vows to each other.

“Everything is going through my head, it’s overwhelming. But I’m happy, I feel like this is the right place. This is where I’m supposed to be…with him,” Erin expressed.

And it just makes perfect sense to officially tie the knot where Adam proposed to Erin for a blissful forever.

From powdery white sand beaches to poolside parties, reggae music, their signature Blue Mountain Coffee and Jamaican jerk spiced chicken BBQ, it’s the island-Jamaican-vibe that captured the spirit of the two.

The couple admitted that the week-long bonding moments at the Royalton White Sands Resort and Luminous Lagoon excursion with their guests made it all the more special. Guests on the day of the wedding were even treated to an unusual a-la-cirque-du-soleil fire-in-your-mouth Jamaican dancing that well….played with fire. It was hot, hot, hot!

It wasn’t just a year-prep one-day wedding that most couples experience when they say their “I dos”. In his speech, Adam sincerely told guests that he felt so much love, and the rarity of the feeling and occasion was just as overwhelming for him. The icing on the cake was Erin walking down the aisle. In case you missed Adam’s reaction, hit rewind on that SDE (same-day-edit video) and you can see him stunned, mouth-wide open uttering a what we can make out as, “Wow!”.

At the Borhginvilla
Erin, in her sweet-heart, strapless, white chiffon gown that bloomed from her waist as she walked down the aisle, her dearest mother in her hand, resembled a “Disney princess” as Adam aptly described his beautiful bride. And just as fairy tales have an ever after, this was Adam’s final promise,

“Erin, I take this time to promise you one more thing, eternal happiness… don’t care what I have to do.”

The couple’s video highlights of their week-long celebration was also featured at and The It List TV Show on Filipino TV (FTV) Hosted by multi-media journalist Rachelle Cruz.

That’s the beauty of seizing the big-picture moments…and rare details that you might have missed as the wind takes the day with it. Every frame is captured in a dreamlike quality, even as magical floating lanterns disappear into the night.

Location: Royalton White Sands Resort, Luminous Lagoon and Borghinvilla
Wedding Planner: Jennifer Borg of Borghinvilla Jamaica
Photography by: Jhune Salenga of Digi Cambay
Filmed by: Joe Sangco, Antonio Tecson and Goody Cambay

Here is the Same Day Edit wedding Film.

Wedding Film

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The Liberty Grand boasts three impressive grand ballrooms and one open concept room, decorated in a traditional early 1900’s elegance. With crystal chandeliers, twenty seven foot ceilings, iron-laced balconies and arched windows, you will enjoy a luxurious feel of understated elegance.

Here are my all lucky 8 wedding SDE cinemas with some shots in Liberty Grand Entertainment Complex.

sabrina+chris sde


{jenn+joe} sde

{rigine+melvin} sde

{shaina+mike} sde

{sam+jimmy} sde

{li-lian+mark} sde

{laura+clint} re-vows

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An amazing trip in Punta Cana was totally a great experience from resort to boat party.

My own story here was I got surprised of making an SDE at 6:30pm I found out with maid of hounour that they have a song for the SDE video (I said you are kidding right? she said no. I thought I will play it in the boat cruise party). It took half an hour to get that song because of the internet connection. So once we have it I’m not gonna say is rush edit but I had to make it on time to play it. Thought I can only show the SDE rehearsal cocktails as day before of their wedding. But everyone was surprised too about the SDE. I made 2 SDE(s) from the rehearsal and the wedding day. Back to back SDE.

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