Antigua Photo Walk Captures at Calle del Arco

Rudy Giron: Antigua Guatemala &emdash; Taking Pictures at Calle del Arco

This is one of the photos taken during the last “street photography challenge photo walk” I lead on the streets of Antigua Guatemala, where I was teaching and sharing tips on how to get candid and up-close photographs, just like this one. Join me if you would like to learn how to take natural unposed photographs of total strangers.

I have to admit I am hooked on photo walks and workshops. I enjoy a lot leading the photo walks because I am able to share my passion for Antigua Guatemala and photography at the same time. To me, the photo walks are a natural progression and extension of what I do here since sharing the knowledge I have acquired through the process of publishing daily posts is among the things I enjoy the most. Below, you can find the summary about the photo walks. Please, join me next time you are in Guatemala.

There are Public and Private Custom Antigua Photo Walks. Public Antigua Photo Walks are given on specific dates and times; check out my public photo walk updates. They are usually around a theme; see the list below. The duration of public photo walks is about 2 hours. Photo walks can be in English or Spanish both.

Public Antigua Photo walk themes:

+ Secrets of Antigua Guatemala
+ Around the Market & Bus Terminal
+ Hunting Mermaids in Antigua
+ Photographic Composition Tips
+ Street Photography Portraits Challenge

Private Antigua Photo Walks are customized to the exact needs, interests, schedule, and skill level and are private for you, your family, or your traveling group. The duration of private photo walks is 3 or 5 hours or a full day. For more information call +502 4569 4419 or visit www.AntiguaPhotoWalks.com to book a photo walk.

Visit Antigua Photo Walks with photographer Rudy Giron for more information

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  • Eric

    I am hoping to bring mi belleza to La Antigua soon, rudy, so that we can take the requisite photo in front of El Arco, too. And I hope we can join you on a photo walk as well, they look very interesting. If not, you will have to settle for a couple of Mozas at Hector’s Cafe, pues. 😉

    • Make sure you book a date ahead of time. We can do the Mozas after the artistic photo session. 😉