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#PhotoTips: How to Use a Fisheye Lens for Travel and Street Photography

A fisheye lens is perfect for narrow streets and pathways such as the one found in Barrio San Blas. In fact, if positioned correctly, one can even include two merging pathways.  As I have been saying for a while now, I'm finding so many creative ways to use a...

#PhotoTip — Include movement and clean background in your frame.

Try to frame your subject against clean background whenever possible. Also, try to include movement or the idea of movement in your frames to make your photographs more dynamic. Slide left to see a previous frame which fails in both of these tips street photograph...

Pandemic Photo Project: Keeping a healthy distance in queues is now the new normal

Even though I prefer the 28mm and 35mm focal lengths for my street photography, nowadays I have been shooting with the 50mm to keep a healthy distance. How about you, how is the pandemic changing the way you shoot the streets and photography in general?

Welcome to my pandemic photo project for Antigua Guatemala

Welcome to the new normality of the pandemic-interrupted reality. After taken a much-needed hiatus from blogging here, I'm back to sharing with y'all images from my pandemic photo project. Even though there's plenty of lockdown images from other latitudes, not so many...