We encountered these giant bride and groom at the end of a recent photo walk where we were taking pictures of the Devil effigy that will be used for the Burning of the Devil celebration on December 7 at 6pm. Check out the my behind the scenes account... This month we celebrate five years of sharing our passion for both photography and Antigua Guatemala with over 8,000 photographers and photography enthusiasts from all over the world. For four consecutive years Antigua Photo Walks has been holding the top position out... Our family of five (kids age 10,11,13) thoroughly enjoyed our three hour photo tour around Antigua with Rudy! He gave us several helpful hints and our kids enjoyed the photo “challenges” he presented. He also took us to several places off the beaten path... Here’s a group street portrait of the Antigua Guatemala town criers, Pregoneros in Spanish, right before they started their work of spreading the news. Not often you make portraits of people dressed up in XVI century attires, right? If you enjoy photographing people, strangers really, the markets are great locations because they provide countless photo opportunities. Here’s a quick and moving portrait of cargador inside the mercado of Antigua Guatemala. Enjoy the candid frame!