Tag Archives: Street Photography

Since the invention of photography we had been able to view and appreciate the images on paper. This process was the combination of a negative film converted into positive medium (paper). I learned to work on a dark room and to process and develop film.  For me an image is finished when I saw it […]

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  We’ve been very busy this past few weeks, a lot of weddings, images to edit and wedding books to design, but on sunday February 26 we took a time off to photograph a beautiful Quinceañera, niece of  the mother of my goddaughter. Her name is Valeria Cristal and we did a session last year […]

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I thought that I never was going to shoot film again. The digital age had been a fierce storm of gadgets and camera equipment getting better every  time. Recently I read a newspaper article about the magic of photography, the way the digital revolution had killed some of that magic. “I remember that it was […]

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Everyone who visited Puerto Rico or know about Puerto Rico, had seen this enigmatic emblem left here by our Spanish ancestors. We have 3 forts that have this points, El Morro, San Cristobal and other one that the name escape my mind that is located very near the Caribe Hilton in San Juan. There is […]

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This is a place that I encounter in a various blogs around the web.  The most recent was in a blog that was talking about the french fries that are made on the corner of where I took the image, “Five Guys Burger”, this is in 7 Ave. South, on the corner of Bleecker St. […]

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In my recent visit to NY I came along with different people standing on street corners, subway stations, parks and in other places with costumes of different types, playing music, painting, singing, dancing or doing anything else. On this particular day I found this Liberty Lady standing on the contrary corner of Radio City. I […]

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