Behind the Scenes

The before and after of some of my favorite photographs.

 

 

The Set Up

From the Golden Jubilee Bridge you have an absolute gorgeous view of the Thames River.  It was very cold and windy, and was impossible to take a long exposure shot.  So, I leaned my tripod against the rail and set up my Nikon D800 for a quick shot.

 

 

The Shot

The Thames (London, England).

The Thames River in all its glory.  The Eye of London had an spectacular blue tone color that created an amazing reflection.  The Yellow contrast of Big Bend and adjacent buildings created an spectacular sight.

 

 

The Set Up

We are about ot exit the city of Antigua Guatemala, when I noticed that the street vendors had gone home early.  I waited for the traffic to clear up, put my little Nikon D90 on manual, and on my tripod.  I took about 8 pictures with different settings, and different angles.  I was kind of dissappointed that one of the vendors would not make some of his merchandise  out of the way.  You can still see it there.

 

 

The Shot

Ruinas del Carmen (Antigua, Guatemala).

The moon was raising behind this colonial ruins of El Carmen Church, the sky was getting cloudy, and the moonlight was just right!

 

 

The Set Up

On top of a residential highrise building in Vista Hermosa 2, Guatemala.  With my Nikon D90 and a tripod, I was static to finally get a shot ot the city and its surrounded topography.

 

 

The Shot

Anochecer en Guatemala (Guatemala, Guatemala).

Sunset in Guatemala City.  The beauty of the city is not the architecture, but the amazing mountains and volcanoes that surround it.  

 

 

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