Macro shoots by two
Photographers: Karla Morales and Victor Morales
Since my teenager years I was interested in different types of art, at the same time my older brother, Victor Morale, share that interest too. Together we developed skills in drawing, painting, but specially a passion for photography. We expanded those skills in different ways, and at different levels. For almost fourteen years we have been living apart, but in 2017 I visited him in Minnesota, and for the first time we got the chance to practice together digital photography. From that experience, every now and then we talk about photography equipment, and share tips with the goal of becoming better photographers.
This summer 2019 my brother planed a trip to Puerto Rico so I offered him to make a photography blog together. We choose El Yunque Rainforest as the scenario to make some macrophotography shoots, and share them with all of you. In this photos we show our unique points of view, and how we can distinguish interesting, small beautiful things in the diversity of a rainforest. I got to say that the day we went to the forest there weren’t the best weather conditions for photography: hot, very high humidity, and occasionally raining, but we tried our best to make some good shoots.
That’s why this blog is special for me, for the first time we bring our art together to the same space. The photographs are mixed, you can identify them by our watermarks. I used related themes to arranged them two by two. Enjoy!
South Dakota: Landscape treasure
Four days in Chicago
A trip to Utah-Arches National Park in Moab
A trip to Utah-Canyonlands in Moab
A trip to Utah-Deadhorse State Park and La sal Loop Road
A trio To Utah Bear River Migratory bird Rafuge and Antelope Island State Park
Colorado Monument National Park
Black Canyon of the Gunnison NPS- A geologic jewel
Between the forest and the sea-Acadia National Park
Un día en Cape Cod