Havana, Cuba

January 17, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

A few months ago I had the opporunity to travel to Havana, Cuba - an interesting city, particularly for photography! I still have not yet finished going through all my images from there, but I have pulled out a few of my favorites, including the below image:

Havana street-7Havana street-7

EXIF Data

Shutter Speed: 1/80s

Aperture: 11.0

Focal Length: 32mm

Lens: Tamron 17-50mm

I really enjoy all of the different things going on in here: the classic car, the kids up on the balcony. It was one of those things that just happened - I was walking down Prado road and there it was! Like so many street scenes in Havana, it's trying to get the timing and the composition right. 


Comments

No comments posted.
Loading...

The Twin Falls Refugee Project

A project to document the stories of refugees who have relocated to Twin Falls, Idaho.

 

The Strobist

A great resource on learning how to light.

 

Joe McNally's Blog

Follow the work of one of the great photographers of today.

 

The Vong Wong

Amazing images by an incredible visual artist.

 

DIY Photography

Why buy it when you can have fun and build it?

Subscribe
RSS
Archive
January (3) February March April (1) May June July August September (2) October November December
January (3) February (2) March (4) April May (1) June July August September October November December
January (5) February (3) March (1) April (1) May June (2) July August September October November December
January February March April May June July August September October November December