Picture Feature(d): To Dive For

For the second time. My photo was included in the cover story of SEAIR InFlight Magazine’s October –  November 2009 issue along side with the other notable photographers like Ken Go (for the cover shot), Ferdz Decena, Oggie Ramos, Dane Soriano and Roberto S. Francisco (cover story inside page photos).

InFlight October-November 2009 cover. Design and layout by Jocas A. See

Excerpt from To Dive For by Catherine Calderon for SEAIR InFlight October – November 2009

Lying between the Sibuyan and Sulu Seas, just to the north of Panay Island in the Visayas, the seven-kilometer long Boracay Island is home to some 24 dive sites, many only 20 minutes away from the island’s main beach by native outrigger boats called bancas; and there is a wide range of diving available, from gentle and very pretty through to deep drop-offs and high-voltage drift-dives suitable for the more experienced divers. And if you are going on holiday with a non-diving companion, you need not feel guilty because there are lots of non-diving activities, top of which is enjoying the island’s White Beach, reputed to be one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.”

Sunset at Shangri-La Boracay and Resort Spa's private beach

Sunset at Shangri-La Boracay and Resort Spa's private beach

InFlight October-November 2009 Cover story spread page. Layout by Jocas A. See


To read the full story and other travel features, call: +632 840.2802 to subscribe a copy.

About battlefield_man

Jocas A. See. Art director. Visual journalist. Visual communication designer. And a casual tourist

2 comments

  1. bongdomingo

    WOW!!!! may digital photography class ka po? enroll naman ako oh🙂

    • battlefieldman

      Sorry, Bong. I’m a hobbyist with a passion in photography. Well, if time permits, I’ll share some basic tips. Thank you.

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