Hula hoop dancer. Photo by Eduardo Libby

New camera, new vision?

The small, unobtrusive, Panasonic Lumix GX85 camera is great for street and festival photography. This is an area where micro four thirds cameras really shine: they have just the right depth of field to show the subject and the environment.

The old fashioned games, the costumes and the people subjects just screamed Black and White photography for some of the scenes. I trust you will agree…

Leather mask vendors modelling their product. Photo by Eduardo Libby

A devil watches visitors to an art gallery. Photo by Eduardo Libby

First smartphone lesson for a father and daughter. Photo by Eduardo Libby
First smartphone lesson
First typewriter lesson for an attendant to a Festival. Photo by Eduardo Libby
First typewriter lesson
Some bikes demand the right attire. Photo by Eduardo Libby
Right attire for your wheels, yeah!
Sculptor Edgar Zuñiga introducing one of his works on display at San José, National Park. Photo by Eduardo Libby
Behold his strength! (Sculptor Edgar Zuñiga on a guided tour of his work)
Vintage clothing models. Photo by Eduardo Libby
Vintage fashion models at La Buhardilla antiques shop.

Bandoleon player in San Pedro, Costa Rica. Photo by Eduardo Libby

Percusionist in San Pedro, Costa Rica. Photo by Eduardo Libby

Hula hoop dancer. Photo by Eduardo Libby

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