When doing macro and close-up photography convenience is number one… well, a good subject is number one actually and quality is a given, but you get my drift…Continue reading Macro and Close Up? Give me my micro four thirds camera please!
A mountainous, tropical country like Costa Rica is bound to have plenty of waterfalls. This is the second part of my previous post: mountain river, waterfalls and lush tropical vegetation with great weather.Continue reading Tropical river nature
I have been honored to have a Black and White Photography Exhibition at the prestigious Calderón Guardia Museum in Costa Rica. Opening day on February 26 drew a large crowd of nice people and here are some snapshots from that night. Continue reading My Photo Exhibition in Costa Rica!
I must confess I wasn’t expecting Downtown Chicago to be as nice as it is: Wonderful architecture, great museums and parks. Very tourist-friendly. Continue reading Chicago and Olympus
Just as promised: Here is a selection of the body paint parade that took place as part of the Festival Flores de la Diáspora Africana 2019, Continue reading Body Paint Parade
Some times five minutes is all you get! A brief rest during a body-paint parade gave me a chance of photographing two of the models. Brick wall by a sidewalk, shooting with my phone, their phone, my camera, dodging passersby… you get the idea. Continue reading Body Paint Photo Session: 5 min
When somebody asks me how to use a new camera my advice is always: set it in one of the auto modes and shoot away for a few days. Let it show you what it can do. Enjoy it.
I had to take my own advice some weeks ago. Continue reading How to use a new camera?
When I try to record life in my city I always try to edit my photos to be meaningful to a broad audience. I keep many photos to myself Continue reading One event, two photo styles
Last December I had the fortune to watch the setting sun bathe in gold the distant rain and the ocean waves… Happy New Year! Continue reading Setting Sun, Distant Rain
After my previous post about the Panasonic Leica 100-400 mm for Micro Four Thirds cameras, where the shooting conditions were kind of tough, I felt I should do a follow-up with other bird photos I’ve made with this wonderful lens in better light. Continue reading Three not-so-rare birds and the Panasonic-Leica 100-400 MFT lens