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Golden Gate Bridge – Picture of the Day

Panasonic Lumix LX-2 Camera RAW file, with Leica 6.3mm lens at ISO 100, 1/1600 sec. and f/5.6, processed with Adobe Lightroom.

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Climbing in Yuracmayo Vallery – Picture of the Day

NIKON D300 Câmera RAW file, with Nikkor 10.5mm ED AF DX Fisheye lens at ISO 100, 1/250 sec. and f/10, processed with Adobe Lightroom.

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Peruvian Muleteer – Picture of the Day

NIKON D300 Camera RAW file with Nikkor AF-S 14-24mm f/2.8G IF-ED lens at 14mm, ISO 100, 1/250 sec. and f/8 processed with Adobe Lightroom.

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Buddha Statue – Picture of the Day

Nikon D300 Câmera with Nikkor AF Zoom 14-24mm f/2.8G lens at ISO 200, 1/80 sec. and f/6.3. This Bronze Budha was cast in 1970 in Tajima, Japan, for the Taionji Temple and presented to the …

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Pre-conceived Shots

As I rappelled down the cliff, the scene began to shape itself in front of my eyes. Clouds, coming in from the south, gave a mystery touch to the landscape and contrast between light and …

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Patagonian Poplars – Picture of the Day

Nikon D2x camera and Nikkor 70-200mm AF-S VR f/2.8 lens at ISO 125, 1/1250 sec. and f/3.5. Though native to Europe, Southwest and Central Asia and Northwest Africa, Poplar trees have been widespread on South …

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Cesar Portas – Picture of the Day

Nikon D2x Camera, Nikkor 12-24mm f/4 lens and two Nikon Sb-800 flashes with warming gels triggered through Nikon’s CLS system at ISO 100, 1/100s, f/5 and TTL. A few days later on Sept. 24, Cesar …

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Photography, Vision and Ethics

What is more real: a picture that doesn’t communicate, does not tell the story, or a carefully thought shot, that clearly conveys what you saw or felt in a given moment?

Where is the thin line that separates a worked shot from faking a whole scene?

Photography that communicates visions, feelings and the vivid experience of the world around us is what I believe in. My ethical commitment is showing people a universe that is as real as the world out there to be seen