My name is Samuel, and I’m an amateur photographer. I started with analog photography (indeed I’m old enough) time ago, but left it soon when other activities took my time, and picked up it again lately, now with digital photography.
My interests have varied, from nature and wildlife photography at the beginning, to street photography some time later. This one, street photography, is now my main area of interest, almost always in the zone where I live and almost always in black and white. And also enjoy lately urbex, urban exploration of abandoned buildings or ruins.
I said I’m an amateur, there are two meanings of this word:
- A person who engages in some art, science, sport, etc. for the pleasure of it rather than for money.
- A person unskilled in or having only a superficial knowledge of a subject or activity.
Well, I prefer the first one, I take photos for the sake of taking photos, not to make money (who would pay me anyhow?) or get followers. Simply because I enjoy taking photos, and enjoy processing them. And I try to learn every day a bit more to do less valid the second meaning.
And also I’m an amateur (second meaning) with English, which is not my language as perhaps you have noticed already. I promise I’ll try my best in both matters, photography and English.
Thanks for your visit!
“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” (Pablo Picasso)
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All the photos: Samuel Guevara (except the photo of young Samuel above these lines, which was made by my father in the past century). Camera Canon 1100D APS-C 1.6; since March 2019, using mainly a Sony RX100 III for street photography. Software used: Digital Photo Professional (Canon), Gimp, Lightroom.