Let's change the way we see the world.
Oil Platform is seen in the horizon at sunset.
The weekend of the 27 of June 2015, took place in the Golden Valley of Junín, the Second Edition of the Huayhuay Rock Fest a climbing festival organized by my friends of Base Camp Perú. We had an awesome time enjoying the spectacular scenery. We hiked to the lagoon in the foot of Apu Tunsho . Click to see more photos.
What we learned while traveling in La Costa Brava and Menorca.
5 Underwater Photography Tips
1. Shoot on a SUNNY Day. The water will be more clear and the chances of capturing pretty reflections are higher.
2. Shoot LOW. You are more likely to capture rays of light coming through the surface when you are below the subject.
3. Follow the SUN. Have subject face the sun.
4. Shoot & Check. If possible, do a few rounds of shots and check out how the photos are turning out. Share with the model so you both can see what is working, what isn't, and then jump back in and try again!
5. Pick the right COLORS. Have the model wear colors that will POP. We found reds, white & black photographed well at our location.
10 Underwater Yoga Tips
1. Think PUSH & PULL. Pick a pose where you can create some resistance with your body. This will help you hold a position easier.
2. Go DEEP. Before you get into the pose, go low so that as you float up the photographer can capture the progression. Hold it for as long as you can because sometimes the shots close to the surface end up turning out pretty cool too.
3. EYES: Open or Closed? When in doubt, eyes closed is your best bet- however give both a try to see what look you like best.
4. RELAX your face! Especially your cheeks & eyes.
5. BUBBLES. Blow out as little bubbles as possible when in the pose. (Easier said then done!)
6. Have POSES in mind. Before you shoot, test out a handful of poses so you can see what works best.
7. HEAD movement awareness. If you bring your head up, you will flip, so keep this in mind!
8. S T R E T C H it OUT. Elongate and use as much space with your body as possible so that the shape you are creating is shown clearly.
9. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. You never know if magic is being created or not so give it a few tries and take as much advice from the photographer as you can.
10. HAIR. Hair free and flowing can look dreamy but can also be all over the place. I personally have not in any way mastered this (as you can see in a few of the shots below!) however, if you can, pull your hair out of the way or opt for a pony if you are worried about your hair covering your face.
If you ask me the color of Menorca , I would say blue. Blue in all shades and feelings. Blue melancholy. Deep , intense bright and pale blue.
Go in search of lost coves between pine forests and the mediterranean sea is the perfect plan for every day.