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‘Drawing no more?’: Student hilariously photoshops class picture in different places

InqPOP! April 03,2019 - 05:13 PM

Image credit: Angelo Saniano

Aside from closing another chapter in a student’s life, graduation also means marching onstage to accept that well-deserved diploma and come up with the most creative yearbook shot. And with graduation season, you can expect students preparing for that highly-anticipated photoshoot—making sure that it will look not just fun and creative, but also different from those typical grad photos.

Since every student wants their photos to be a lifetime memory, some even go “extra” or beyond the confines of their creative ideas—just like this class picture that went viral on Facebook two weeks ago. While this seems like just an ordinary class picture, Facebook user Angelo Saniano took his editing skills to the next level!

From Laguna and Pangasinan to Hong Kong Disneyland, Saniano edited their class picture in different locations here and abroad. The album, which is captioned “Hanggang saan aabot ang class picture n’yo?” (To what lengths are you willing to go for your class picture?) now has 15,000 likes, 2,300 comments, and 25,000 shares.

Image credit: Angelo Saniano


Image credit: Angelo Saniano


Image credit: Angelo Saniano


Image credit: Angelo Saniano


Image credit: Angelo Saniano


Saniano told InqPOP! the reason why he thought of editing their class picture, “Bukod sa pagpapatawa, gusto ko po na magkaroon ng magandang memories ‘yung section namin. (Aside from making people laugh, I wanted our section to have photos that captured our beautiful memories.)”

As the post continues to gain positive engagement from Filipino netizens, Saniano also added that the album is for trips that never come to fruition.

“Para po sa mga planong hindi natuloy at least sa picture narating namin ‘yung mga lugar na ‘yun kahit hindi totoo. (It’s for our plans that didn’t push through. Through these pictures, we were able to somehow visit those places – even though they are not real.)

Apparently, the pictures are really relatable especially to our “drawing friends” who keep on planning getaways that we all know will never happen.

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