It's very rare to leave home without a camera. Hence my preference for small messenger bags, in which we can find my wallet, mobile phone, powerbank, a bottle of water, a cereal bar, to name just a few of the several items I carry inside. But there are those times when I leave home without it, taking just the wallet and the mobile phone. And it's about those days that I am going to speak now.Read More
Ricoh recently announced that they are developing the third version of the GR line, with a 24 megapixel APS-C sensor. This may be tempting if they solve the dust problem of the previous two versions. Since the first GR (not to be confused with previous GRD versions) was announced in 2013 I was quite interested. After all, this is a super compact camera with a large APS-C sensor and an excellent lens. Why didn't I buy it then?Read More
Back in 2013, when I was still working in Angola, everywhere I went I always carried at least one camera. On this day, the fabulous Minolta Alpha7 (α7 was the Japanese designation, the American version was Maxxum7 and the European version Dynax 7), and as for digital the Sony A77.
Two cameras, two portraits, the same subject.
I must begin by saying that this article is outdated. Not a few months, but several years. Because the majority of the photos I have here to show were taken in 2014 with an iPhone 4s (model announced in late 2011).Read More
After a 2 years period photographing almost exclusively with film, when I went to work in Angola in 2012, I had to put my film cameras in the shelf. For practical reasons, it was much easier to use just the digital cameras.Read More