Here’s your picture, do you like it?

Rudy Giron: &emdash; Here's your picture, do you like it?

As I was walking on Calle del Arco yesterday, I was lucky to catch the interactions between this photographer and the man waiting at the doorway of Posada Don Rodrigo. I was in need a new photograph to promote my next photo walk about street photography in Antigua Guatemala and could not pass this great opportunity, so I set my exposure and focus zone and took several shots. You can see the before and after here.

Antigua Photo Walks Aside: You are cordially invited to participate in the next photo walk that I will be leading, Street Photography in Antigua Guatemala. In this fun and informative photo walk, I will be sharing lots tips and ways to overcome your fears of doing street photography. Many of these tips are true and tried out as I have put them in practice in the process of publishing daily updates on for nearly 8 years. I will also share many tips and photographic knowledge to help you capture more interesting and powerful photographs. You will learn valuable new skills and techniques to take your image-making to the next level!

These photo walks are meant to be of value for the complete beginner to the advanced photography enthusiast.

Additional information can be fount at my photo walks page at

PHOTO WALK: Street Photography in Antigua Guatemala, March 15, 2014

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  • That is a cool bike, yours or the photographers?

    • Yes Stefan, this is a certainly cool bike. I believe it belong to the man being photograph.

  • Manolo Romero Escobar

    hashtag canchita

    • Manolo Romero Escobar

      also, the title of the post can be enhanced with a well placed #pues

      • Where would pit the pues, Manolo?

        • Manolo Romero Escobar

          “Here’s your picture, #pues, do you like it?”
          “#Pues here’s your picture, do you like it?”
          “Here’s your picture, do you like it #pues?”

          Hashtag optional 😀

          • Pues, I like the second option. I’ll change the title as per your suggestion.

    • Don’t talk to me about canchitas, especially after you brought two canchitas to Guate and didn’t give a chance to photograph them. 😉

  • Eric

    This is a very well composed foto, Rudy. No wonder you wanted to use it to promote your PhotoWalk; it has different textures, the human element, the “moment-in-time” shot that you are famous for, the flowing lines of the bike to contrast with the right angles of the stonework. For someone who was going to have a diminished presence in LAGDP, you certainly haven’t lost your touch. iBien hecho!

    • Oh thank you so much Eric for the awesome feedback.