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The Forum Building, also known as Museu Blau de les Ciències Naturals, is one of Barcelona’s architectural landmarks and was designed by the Swiss architects Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. I arrived late to the PhotoWalk rendez-vous but soon found the unmistakable silhouette of photographers staggering along like something out of ‘The Walking Dead’, looking for […]

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Portrait photographer in Barcelona | Model portrait photography event organised by the Barcelona Photography group via MeetUp. Special thanks to … Organiser: Hiromi Torres MUA: Making Faces Models: Pam Villanueva | Núria Quer | Said Voynich | Eva Castany Ruiz Video by Richard Coburn Model portrait photography event in Barcelona

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‘And this little piggy went to the market’ … along with nearly 50 other fellow photographers and photo aficionados! The market was the recently renovated Encants in Barcelona with its impressive mirror structure just next to the Torre Agbar. It was a mild winters day in the sunny city, a good time to be out as […]

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So it’s finally June and things are hotting up, well sort of. The weather has been a little rubbish at times and it was certainly the case this saturday morning when all hell broke lose and the heaven opened up! The week before I had my D5100 + Tokina 11-16mm fly in the sea at […]

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An the agenda this month: street photography in the Born area. Our usual guides Ben and Harry led the way and explained some street portrait techniques and even put them into immediate practice. This resulted in some pretty funny situations which quickly broke the ice and gave the others the edge to try them out […]

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Photography in Barcelona is one of the biggest photography meetups in Barcelona. Their monthly Photography Walks are relaxed, fun, educational but also a great way to meet new people and catch up with the regulars. This time the plan was to head to the Born area for some street photography but the group (nearing 50) was just […]

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Photography and Coffee in Sitges, a Meetup organized by Harry Marshall. A fantastic plan for a sunny Saturday morning in the winter. We met at 10am at Sants Estacion in Barcelona and off we went to Sitges. With its beautiful, winding little streets, stunning and amazing 17th century seaside church of Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla, Sitges is a great […]

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This month we headed for a bit of architectural photography in Barcelona’s high-tech district, Glories, home of the Torre Agbar. Benefiting from the earlier nights and along with a bit of magic hour/low light photography. I used a B+W ND 110 filter and a Joby gorillapod to help capture the motion shots using a Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 lense. The type of […]

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Park Guell tried very hard to impress us and past the test with flying colors. It looked like it was going to be a rainy Photo Walk but the weather suddenly turned around, the sky turned blue, temperatures went up and by the time we arrived at the doors of Parc Güell, we had sunshine, some great […]

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Ben Evans invited me to give a pro guest class explaining and demonstrating a few portrait basics. I built up a wealth of experience as a professional people photographer with Venture, one of the UK’s top creative portraiture studios. As there was an increasing demand for freelance, I founded Richard Hadley Photography which has grown over the […]

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This weeks pro guest class was James Wardell, a professional English photographer who has lived here in Barcelona for years, but is often abroad taking pictures. But the list of countries that James works in isn’t the traditional tourist circuit. James’ website, www.jameswardell.com has photographs from all around the world, including Libya (during the conflict!), […]

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For my second photo walk in Barcelona with the group, we this time headed to the heart and centre; El Born. Looking to capture this popular touristic area with a different fresh perspective such as the Plaça de Fosser de les Moreres’s Memorial. We followed our route to end up in the Ciutadella Park for some portraits and a drink to […]

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Barcelona, Barcelona, Barcelona … like in an opening scene of a Woody Allen movie, I end up in this big sunny city in 2012, full of ideas, hopes, dreams, questions and aspirations. What better way to get to know my new home than on walkabouts with my loyal friend Mr. Camera. Follow me on my afternoon […]

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