Ven a ver Barcelona con nosotros

Algunos de los momentos y rincones mas encantadores de la ciudad, están ahí para ser disfrutados en cualquier momento del año. Su encanto cambia con el sol y con el frío pero nos llenarán el corazón de ilusión y entusiasmo.

visítala con nosotros, escogiendo una o mas de nuestra rutas, todas son maravillosas!

You will soon be able to take this picture with us

This is how Sagrada Familia will look when it is finished. Book your Photocircuit with us and be able to make the picture and live the experience.

Some exciting things about photographing Barcelona

a big opportunity to enjoy travel photography

Explorando el Raval con Claudia

A Claudia le encanta tomar, fotos pero hasta el momento no sabía como repetir esas fotos tan chulas que siempre había hecho. ¨…las hago pero cuando me preguntan como la he hecho, no lo sé…” nos comentaba, mientras atravesamos la plaza del Macba, Claudia tiene 18 años, sus padres le regalaron la cámara y sus amigas un Photocircuit para que despejara todas las dudas que pudiera tener sobre la fotografía.

Nos encontramos en Pl. Universidad un sábado en la mañana y en poco tiempo ya había entendido el funcionamiento básico así que nos lanzamos a recorrer el Raval, parando en lugares para tomar fotos y aclarar conceptos, mientras nos reíamos con las anécdotas del camino, los pescados de la Boqueria, la fuente de la Massana y las flores de la Rambla. Fue una mañana divertida y muy enriquecedora para ambos.

Gracias Claudia y esperamos verte de nuevo!! con muchas fotos espectaculares 🙂

Verano 2011 Miles de Fotos en Barcelona!

Recopilación de Momentos de algunos de los cursos, tours, salidas y actividades que estamos realizado este verano en Barcelona Photocircuits. Si has participado, seguro estás en las fotos!

Lo mejor de todo? Seguimos con más actividades hasta fin de Septiembre!

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Spring Photography Workshops and Tours

Sunday at the ciutadella ParkSunday at the ciutadella ParkThe Roman Ruins at MUHBAat the Newly renovated Mares Museumat the Newly renovated Mares MuseumSt Felipe Neri
The roman temple of Augustusat the Newly renovated Mares MuseumPlaça de L'AngelBorn QuarterPlaça de L'AngelPlaça de L'Angel
Born Quarter GroupSpeed shooting at Via laietanaBorn Quarter GroupSpeed shooting at Via laietanaSpeed shooting at Via laietanaSpeed shooting at Via laietana
The Wonderful Old Medicine AcademySpeed shooting at Via laietanaSpeed shooting at Via laietanaExciting Ciutadella ParkUsing the Flash outdoors and IndoorsExciting Ciutadella Park

We have been visiting most of the most exciting locations , museums and landmarks of the city.

Two Urban Photography Spring Workshops and many tours and visitors have enjoyed the beautiful weather and the new re-opened locations in the city. Dani was very excited about the cameras new features and I was wondering if the weather broadcast was true. We had a great afternoon both days.

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Urban Photography Workshop Photo Screening

the final presentation of Photojournals and Photo essays was an exciting moment, most of us had worked for about a month, thinking, planning sketching and drafting ideas around those topics we wanted for our essay.

Different things showed up, as groups of images made sense aroun pink& feminity, Numbers, Doors,Mini Graffiti and People´s backs.Amazed to discover each of us point of view, and the variety of things happening out in the streets.

Enjoying Modernism with Christine, Christopher and their son

Christine is a friend of a friend that lives in Seattle and this year decided to visit Barcelona while traveling with their son in the south of France.

We got in contact because an american friend living in Barcelona thought it would be nice for them to take pictures and learn a little about Modernist erchitecture during their visit. A complete visit to all relevant modernist buildings in Barcelona would take about one whole week, this including private homes, shops, public buildings and parks. Only Gaudi ´s work would take at least 3 days and our goal was to make it enjoyable in 4 hours.

For photographers and photo amateurs a tour requires a little more time for framing, thinking and shooting, so no place for rushing or running here. Too many wonders in too little time, so we decided to take the left part of the Eixemple district as our territory and explore the most notorious architechts of modernism in this area. So from our previous Modernist circuits we took this part and developed a personal map and a booklet with information on each building, architect and location for each one of them. Our meeting point was at their apartment right in front of Fundación Godia, our first landmark to be visitised.

During the walk we disocovered that Christopher, after working for Microsoft for many years is now a very active photographer with his own website and photography exhibitions in the USA, Christine enjoyed the stories about the Catalan families and their desire for notoriety, in a city that became metropoli keeping a deep smalltown soul. The Harris-Crandall family had a great afternoon to be together, learn, take pictures, shop for local food and discover a little bit of this wonderful city.