February 22, 2019
  • 10:48 PM Advocating for RAW vs JPEG
  • 9:35 PM Monet House and Gardens
  • 7:32 AM Cozumel, unspoiled Island
  • 1:07 AM How to hold the camera like a tripod.
  • 4:30 AM HENRI CARTIER BRESSON IN CUBA

To consider which file format to use, we must take into account how to obtain as much information as possible so that in the post-caption process the smallest possible amount of the original information is lost. Every time we make adjustments during the edition of a photograph, it loses information. Therefore, if we use a […]

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Claude Monet Garden The Clos-Normand garden at Monet House always filled by visitors. All rights reserved IsabelSierraPHOTOGRAPHY©inFocusPHOTOGRAPH

I always had the wish to visit the house of Claude Monet because of my oil painting classes in which I had to copy some of the best-known works by the French Master of Impressionism. The tour While visiting Paris it is easy to book a tour to Giverny. Many do the trip every day. […]

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Oriental Cost, Cozumel.

Cozumel is a Mexican Island known as a cruise port in the Caribbean Sea. There is little that is developed on the island behind a small area around the docks where the immense boats bring thousands of tourists to this minimal coastal area. WHAT TO DO Beyond the nearby few blocks of cafes and souvenir […]

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Everyone on occasion has experienced the disappointment of checking that the photo that we like the most has a slight blur or is slightly moved as a result of not grabbing the camera correctly. The most important consideration we must have to firmly grasp a camera is that we become the tripod that supports it, […]

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Henri Cartier Bresson

Henri Cartier–Bresson. French, b. 1908, d. 2004 is one of the most influential, and beloved figures in the history of photography. Henri Cartier Bresson traveled to Cuba in late 1962 to photograph Cuban life under Castro. (LIFE Magazine- 15th March 1963, Castro’s Cuba). He was only able to get accredited as a European, as no American […]

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Monticello, US

Yes, I am one of the 500,000 people who stop at Monticello each year. I did it in the spring of 2016, and the visit was mesmerizing. After a guided tour to the interior of the mansion, -sorry pictures not allowed-, I took several photos of the exterior main residence . Also, I photographed the outbuildings, […]

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Salinas River

  This Roman bridge in Salinas de Pisuerga -over the Pisuerga River, Palencia, Spain-, is the mandatory stop in town. Fishermen like to practice the sport on its shores.   I took this photo  in the month of June, when it was still quite cold in the area. Low temperature did not prevent this fisherman to […]

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Peñafiel Castle is located in Peñafiel, Valladolid Province, Spain. I visited the place in a winter afternoon and was mesmerized by the view over the valley, The Castle was overlooking and old medevil town in the middle of hills and valleys; I just choose to shut in the other direction to avoid the constructions in my […]

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Cape Canaveral. Florida, 1981

Just in time for Miami Art Basel Week, the HistoryMiami Museum is presenting A Peculiar Paradise: Florida Photographs by Nathan Benn. I visited the show on his opening day on November 8. The Museum, located at 101 West Flagler Street, sets apart from the chaotic Downtown Miami because of its location over a central plaza in […]

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Walker Evans The Crime of Cuba book

Walker Evans (1903-1975) began to photograph in the late 1920s, and during the Great Depression, when he photographed for the Farm Security Administration (FSA), documenting workers and architecture in the Southeastern states. In 1936 he traveled with the writer James Agee to illustrate an article on tenant farm families for Fortune magazine and the book […]

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