Mexico City – Street Photography

Here some recent images took either with a Ricoh GR3 or with a Leica Q. All in Mexico City.

Tell me which one is your favorite!

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Oaxaca, Mexico, BNW Photography

Without no doubt my favorite place to shoot portraits is Oaxaca, Mexico. There are many opportunities to shot, especially I like to go to the markets; Etla Market, Ocotlan Market or the Benito Juarez market in Oaxaca City.

Here some shots from a trip that I did in 2019, all were shoot with a Nikon D7100 50mm lent.

Let me know whcih one is your favorite in the comments section and go to this link if you want a printed copied:

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Have a great day¡

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Street Photography – BNW

Hello! Here I want to share some images that I took last year (2019) but were recently edited in Lightroom during the Covid lockdown.

Tell me which one is your favorite!

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Buenos Aire – Argentina
Mexico City, La Florida
Panama, Playa Veracruz
Mexico City
Colombia, Bogota

Have a great Sunday¡

See Light – Photography

Here some recent photos that I eddited during Covid, all of them using my Leica Q or my Ricoh GRIII; in all of them you will see that I was chasing good light.

If you want to get a printed copy of follow this link:

https://torobravophotography.darkroom.tech/

Here the images:

Have a great day¡

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Jacarandas in Mexico City

In this period of the year you can see Jacarandas all over a Mexico City, here some photos that I took in the south part of the city in an street named Vitalesio Robles.

Let me know if you like it in the comments! Have a great day.

Mexico – The Day of Dead

Here some images to celebrate The Day of Dead, one onf my favorite traditions form my country (Mexico).

Tell me in the comments which is your favorite? You can see more photos in my Instagram account! @torobravoohotography

The Day of Dead – Mexico

The Day of the Dead (“Dia de Muertos” is celebrated in Mexico between October 30th and November 2nd. On this day, we as Mexicans honor our deceased loved ones. For me is my favorite time of the year in my country and is the perfect time to make memorable photos, as people is a in celebrating mood, and if you go to the streets you can see all the rich culture, colors and traditions of Mexico. It’s a very colorful holiday and is like “party” in which we celebrate those who passed away.

Also cemeteries are decorated and people use to go there to be with their loved ones; people make altars in their homes, one day before the “The Day of Dead” putting food and/or things like cigarettes, alcohol or any other thing that the passed one enjoyed while living.

One of the many traditions in these days are the “Catrinas”; those are skeleton lady’s that wears lots of makeup to make her skin look whiter.

In this post I want to share some photos that I made with my wife, and also I want to thank my loved Gabriela for being the model and for always supporting me to do what I like the most (“being a photographer”).

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Dogs in Mexico City

I want to share some recent street photography shoots that I took while walking in Mexico City, in La Condesa.

You will see that I like dogs, and in some of my street photos the dogs are the main subject. It is not easy as dogs are always a moving target, so my advice is to shoot many shoots and wait until you get the right one!

Any other advice just let me know!

Thanks

Toro Bravo Photography