All posts tagged: hexanon

Rainy Day

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Street Photography

I’ll make a confession. Most days I feel the urge to photograph, its just something inside that tells me “go out there, just go” and time permitting, I often do as that voice tells me(figuratively speaking). I could be having a not so good day but photographing the faces, the drama, and the scenes that unfold on the streets makes me feel incredibly sedated and instantly better. Today, was one of those days. The weather […]


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Photo Talk

“I take photographs with love, so I try to make them art objects. But I make them for myself first and foremost – that is important.” — Jacques-Henri Lartigue This quote from one of my favorites togs of all time was certainly in my mind these past few days. Sometimes we loose sight of what we’re photographing and our choices sometimes seem ill chosen to the untrained “eye”. I believe my fellow togs are not […]

Soy Cubano

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Street Photography

Charm is a product of the unexpected. - Jose Marti Continuing my foray into the world of m4/3, here’s another candid as I warm up to this new platform. So far folks, I’m loving, I feel like I’ve rekindled my old film days. Note: image processed with Lightroom 3 & Silver Efex Pro 2

Little Havana

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Street Photography

Recently, I decided to leave my Nikon D80 kit aside, well actually, its gone, gone with the wind. A couple of weeks ago, I had gone to Metro Zoo and I generally had a great time shooting alonside my 18-105mm lens except for one fact. After 3.5 hours of straight shooting my hand literally felt like I had axed down a redwood. I remember voicing my concerns to my brother, a diehard Nikonian, who could […]