It’s The People in Cuba

Apr 29, 2018

Brianna Lopez

How the Photo was Taken

The camera I used to take this photo was a Canon 6D using a Canon 24-70 2.8 lens. There are no filters on the image just adjustments to the shadows, a bit or clarity and vibrance. I used Lightroom to edit this image and did not add any manipulations.

Photo Location

I took this photo while riding passenger in a taxi from the Havana Airport into the city of Havana in Cuba. It was early in the afternoon when I arrived and this taxi driver was my first encounter with a person from Cuba. His smile and kindness set the tone for what I would experience and it was somewhat the gesture I received from all I encountered after.

About the Author

Brianna Lopez

I am a photographer and filmmaker living in Los Angeles. I started shooting on a Canon T21 in 2012 making videos alongside shooting people, the streets and artist. I moved to Los Angeles in January 2015 to pursue my career in visual media. I am a freelance photographer and filmmaker working with a variety of clients ranging from small businesses to artist. I also work in small business consulting, marketing and strategy.

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Twitter : @brirlopez

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