Tag Archives: Street Photography

Tango, Soccer, the Pope and Choripan

If one thinks about Argentina nowadays several things come to mind: Tango, Soccer and the Pope. These and other icons come together in Caminito: a street in La Boca neighborhood, a great place for street and travel photography. Continue reading Tango, Soccer, the Pope and Choripan

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Street tango and antiques markets in Buenos Aires

The San Telmo neighborhood in the city of Buenos Aires is the place to see how tradition meets the present in this great city. Tango is as alive as ever and the old buildings have adapted to the present as shops, markets, cafes and bars filled with local flavor. Continue reading Street tango and antiques markets in Buenos Aires

Superheroes in Customs

A rainbow of colors on the hair, skin, eyes and dresses of many enthusiastic fans of many more movie- and TV-shows. This Cosplay Party was set on the Old Customs building in San José, a city block long brick warehouse that now houses large events. Continue reading Superheroes in Customs

Of Princesses and Heroes

…and wizards, villains, monsters, cartoons and everything that goes into a Cosplay: The Matsuri International Comic and Manga Convention 2017 was held in Costa Rica. I attended (no costume though) to spend a nice Sunday and enjoy the colorful characters. Continue reading Of Princesses and Heroes

Henri Cartier-Bresson on Photographic Composition

Some articles tell you to stick to the principles of composition, and others tell you to break the rules in order to achieve stronger images. You might be surprised to know what Henri Cartier-Bresson wrote about composition in his book The Mind’s Eye! Continue reading Henri Cartier-Bresson on Photographic Composition

A thousand words worth a picture?

Being a photographer slowly changes our way of watching the world until we are always seeing and making pictures in our minds. It is both a blessing and a curse as we become aware of the many images we miss when we don’t have our camera with us, or when the photograph simply doesn’t happen. Continue reading A thousand words worth a picture?