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A little more technique, a little less serendipity

A few years after returning from Vietnam, I went to Guatemala on a missions trip.  I took the Topcon with me and somehow managed to get some reasonable images of the native indians & their villages. Somewhat better control of exposure and tried to pay attention to shutter speed. To be honest, don’t remember if I had a tripod with me.  Here are a few from that trip

Guatemalan women, offering us tortillas in her small smoke filled house.


Pictures from Guatemala

The town of Barillas, Guatemala, summer of 1975.


Doing the lumber mill thing the old fashioned way

These actually scanned pretty good for 35mm slides. Took a minimal amount of work in Photoshop.


About Dan Swiger Photpgraphy

Enthusiastic Amateur Photographer Landscapes, child photography & events


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