It all started with an idea, an idea proposed to me by one of my friends. He asked me if I wanted to go to Cuba with a couple models, 2 clothing lines and a jewelry line. Like everything in my life, I said yes. I mean why would I say no to such an awesome idea?
Fast forward, I am back and I just got done publishing the vlogs from the trip. I am working on the images as we speak. For now here is the last image I shot from the trip. I was about tho get into the taxi as the sun was rising. As I took my lens cap off, I noticed that my lens was all fogged up, instead of panicking I took this picture, the fog in the lens from the air conditioning actually made the image look that much cooler.
Stay tuned for the model images to come.
Here is one of my favorite photos of El Malecon in Havana Cuba. The winds were crazy making this insane waves crash onto the street. I had to time it precisely so I could get this particular shot. It was a bit tough since it was so windy where I was at and it kept moving my trypod and lens. Here is the location where this was shot from.
Camera settings: 1/100 sec F3.5 ISO 100 70-200mm
Here is one of the National Capitol Building in Havana Cuba. In Spanish is called El Capitolio. It is large in scale and beautiful to the eye. On this particular photo you can see it at the very back. First you see the Inglaterra Hotel, then the Gran Theater, then El Capitolio.
I spent last week on the Fathom Adoina traveling to Cuba. This is a very nice ship, it is small but well equiped. The staff is exellent and the food is great. Here are some of my favorite photos I shot of the ship. As you know I have a fascination with this ships, you can see one of my favorite series here.
My favorites are the aerial shots specially the ones of the ship going into Havana during sunrise.