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Posts from the “Food” Category

Ricoh GR: Working in Color with Robert Boyer

Posted on July 7, 2013

When it comes to color photography color can be quite subjective. I suppose you can say the same thing for black and white photography but color is just a lot more difficult. Recently, I went with Isabel to eat dinner at the coyest little restaurant you’ll ever find in Coral Gables called “La Casita“(zagat rating) at the intersection of Galiano Street and SW 8th Street. The food was spectacular, I wasn’t in the mood to digest a huge meal so I went with the famous “pan con bistec” which translates to “bread with skirt steak” wrapped around an in house baked French bread, romaine lettuce, and the best tasting tomatoes you’ll ever had, a real treat to one’s taste buds for sure. Now that…

Market Adventures

Posted on October 3, 2012

Yesterday, I was feeling quite ill. You know the type of feeling where you body aches all over. Your nose feels like a water hose, yeah, those types of flu like symptoms which make you want to stay in bed all day. Nontheless, Isabel and I needed to go to the market to buy a few things we needed and what better way to spend my time at the market than snapping a few frames. I told Isabel, “babe, you take the cart and I’ll photograph a little bit,” she obliged and I was on my way roaming around the market like a tourist. Usually on this trips I used to take a small compact like a Ricoh GR Digital 3 or a Panasonic…

Brownie a la mode

Posted on September 5, 2012

Canon 450D & 40mm Pancake Isabel and I went out recently and ended up grabbing dinner in Coconut Grove and this was the last piece of the meal. Folks, this is simply delicious. My close up doesn’t do justice with how good this desert was. Needless to say, we had two spoons and enjoyed to the max. Tomorrow back to running, that’s for sure.

LX5 Macros at the Market

Posted on August 25, 2012

Tomatoes ― LX5 Readers of this blog will know that I just recently acquired yet another compact to fill a void I had encountered with my GRD3. After some thought, I decided that the Lumix LX5 would be the right tool for what I needed. Fast forward a few days and I’m putting the LX5 through its paces and doing what I do with the GRD3 and then some.