May 19, 2019
  • 10:48 PM Advocating for RAW vs JPEG
  • 1:57 AM Cuban-American In Miami: Maria de las Nieves
  • 7:24 PM Notre Dame no more.
  • 10:44 PM Cuban-American in Miami: Ricky
  • 11:08 PM Photography and the golden ratio.
  • 6:13 AM Cuban-American in Miami: Mrs. Isbell
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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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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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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If a picture is worth a thousand words, what’s taking pictures worth? Photography gives you freedom of movement, fast access, and flexibility. A camera puts a world of possibilities at your fingertips. Literally, it brings your creativity to life. You may go extreme and capture it all. When you capture the moment and light with […]

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