Consecutive Day 3633 of 3654 — Photographing Strangers

Rudy Giron: Antigua Guatemala &emdash; Overcoming your fears of photographing strangers

What kind of photography would you like to do in Antigua Guatemala, candid street photography or street portraits? Why choose, let’s do both. I really enjoy leading the and sharing my approaches to candid street photography and street portrait to capture interesting natural images of strangers and seeing how photography enthusiasts dramatically transform from being shy to really overcoming their fears; thus making beautiful authentic slices of life and close-up portraits of strangers on the streets of Antigua Guatemala.

I believe I have a fun and solid photography workshop/photo walk that produces consistent results for people taking the photo walks. There are over one hundred 5-star reviews and recommendations on TripAdvisor to prove it. Let me share a recent review for a private photo walk. Make sure you book a photo walk with me next time you visit Guatemala.

“Street photography in Antigua Guatemala” — Giacomo, Poggibonsi, Italy

I spent a saturday morning with Rudy, walking in the street and discovering the fascinating world of street photography. Rudy was a precious source of tips and recommendations, especially about how to approach the people and about composition techniques. I really enjoyed and I absolutely recommend it!

10-year Countdown Aside: I’ve been publishing for 3,633 consecutive days on We continue the May 1st, 2016 countdown to 3,654 days, or 522 weeks, or 120 months, or 10 years of daily multimedia content from and about Antigua Guatemala.

Check out the entire index thus far and please, do share with us what have been some of your favourites entries through the years.

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