Havana is a perfect place for the kind of photography I like to do. I visited Havana, Cuba for a week and I felt it wasn’t enough. These photos speak by themselves.
Photos I took of the streets of Portland using a Lensbaby filter.
Photo I took of the One World Trade Center – New York City, New York.
I created these motion photographs of Los Angeles with a camera, tripod and Flixel Cinemagraph Pro.
Beautiful nature and architecture I saw during my trip to Switzerland. See below!
Photos of Northern Italy I took this month of September. Its streets and nature are fenomenal.
Summer light in California
Photographing different cool spots in Los Angeles.
Photos I took on a journey to New York City
Using smoothness in photography with the help of natural light.
I fell in love with Barcelona and the providence of Catalonia. So beautiful and so much to photograph. Here are only a few of many I took.
Hotel by David Delgado
Historic Hotel in Armenia. It was built in the 1940’s by German engineer Wilhelm Lehder – Armenia, Quindio, Colombia.
Interplay by David Delgado
I visited this beautiful small town Salento in Quindio, Colombia. With so much colors and textures it was beautiful photographing Salento.
Hidden Needle by David Delgado
View of the Space Needle from Queen Anne in Seattle, Washignton.
Hotel Europe by David Delgado
The road, the weather, the architecture, and even the motorcycle in this intersection in Vancouver, Canada has an European touch besides the name of building ‘Hotel Europe’. The building is a former hotel built in 1908, it reminds of the Sentinel Building in San Francisco. It’s a nice spot to hang out, eat, drink, and photograph. I used my wide angle lens to bring a cool perspective to the building and ground.
Morning Mist by David Delgado
Hermosa Beach Pier – Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles, California. I went for a walk this morning at the beach and of course I had to take my camera. It was overcast, chilly with good waves and a family of dolphis swimming back and forward. I used my Canon s100 for this shot and the black & white process in Analog Efex Pro.
White Sunset by David Delgado
Alki Beach, Seattle, Washington. Two minute exposure shot taken during sunset.
Lions Gate Bridge by David Delgado
Clear day in Vancouver. View of the Lions Gate Bridge and the Mountain Fromme from the Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Grey Lines by David Delgado
I’ve been having fun lately using the Lensbaby filters lately. It was tricky the first couple of times I used them. I’ve learned it’s not about perfection, which makes me like the Lensbaby filters even more. I’m happy as long the photograph looks cool. I took this shot while I was having a cup of tea in Seattle at the Cherry House Coffee House (about two blocks from the Space Needle).
One O’clock by David Delgado
I was excited looking at so many different colors of fruits and vegetables at the famous Pike Market Place in Seattle. I always enjoy shopping at any farmer’s market, but this one has something special that I can’t really tell what it is. It has been one of my favorite spots to be in the city. Location: See Map
Motel California by David Delgado
Sea Sprite Motel in Hermosa Beach, Los Angeles, California. When is overcast is my perfect time to go out and shoot since the soft light helps me bring a special look to my photographs. I came to the Hermosa Beach Pier to see the sunset and also to play with the Lensbaby which makes these kind of cool effects. Location: See Map
Sunset Surf by David Delgado
Since started learning more about photography I’ve been exploring places I didn’t pay much attention before. Huntington Beach was one of them and it was terrific. It was sunset during May and the waves were still really nice; nothing like where I live. I used my Canon 7D, the Lensbaby Composer Pro with Double Glass Optic to create the blur & distortion effect of the photograph, and I converted it into black and white using Silver Efex Pro 2. Location: See Map
Walking by… by David Delgado
Valladolid – I visited this little town in Yucatan, Mexico for about 25 minutes. It was a stopping break after I visited the Chichén Itzá ruins and I was heading back where I was staying in Playa del Carmen. I took advantage of this little break, I went around the main park to capture some photographs. I was attracted by the door and the wall’s texture. I saw the two local women with the long skirts approaching, and I thought it was a good idea to include them in the shot. Location: 20°41’26″N, 88°12’9″W See Map