Joseph Pascual

Photographer

Joseph is 75% Chinese, and 100% Filipino. He’s been taking pictures since 2006, and plans on continuing to do so forever. He shoots with a Canon 5D, with a 24-70mm 2.8 and 50mm 1.8 Canon lens (along with some stalking and trespassing skills). His goal is to shoot beautiful photos of people, not just photos of beautiful people.

https://www.josephpascualphoto.com/
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