Cuban Characters II
Another larger than life character from the streets of old Havana. These wonderful ladies certainly know how to choose their backgrounds to make an amateur photographer happy! Camera: Nikon DF Lens: Nikkor AF-S 50mm ƒ/1.8 Exif: ƒ/2.2 | ISO 100 @ 1/1250th sec Comments and criticism welcome. You can follow me further on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (Nuzulugram).
"I spent seven months in the Philippines and was lucky to be in the right place at the right time. I was one of the first to enter the Malacanang Palace after Marcos fled. I called my illustrations editor, Elie Rogers, from Imelda Marcos's bedroomand saw first hand her sumptuous wardrobe.
A Photographers Guide to Havana (With 9 Gorgeous Shots)
Just it’s name suggests cigars, 1950’s cars and of course Fidel Castro. Situated just 90 miles south of the Florida Keys, yet for all intents and purposes a different world, Havana is a photographer’s playground. From its people to its history, the city is so intensely rich in photographic possibilities, that it would be impossible to detail them all in this article. Instead I will concentrate on the most accessible points in the city center. Havana Vieja Old Havana, as it is known in…