About

Erick_9040100My name is Erick. I always had a calling for creating images. When I was a kid, I found a fascination when looking at images in billboards and in magazines. Photography interested me more than the magazine contents. After some years of art classes, traning, workshops and a degree I started working for Saga Comminucations, an ABC, NBC, Univision and Telemundo affiliate. After some years, I went to an Advertising Agency and finally started on my own photography. I have been taking photos since 1998 and have won awards, many publications, lots of billboards and television ads but I am still looking for that little -special something- in my photos that only seems to come with experience and dedication. 

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  1. Hey Erick,

    We need to talk! Found you site while looking for views on the VC Color Skopar 35/2.5. Like you I have a 35/2.8 Summaron, 35/2.8 Zeiss Biogon and a 35/2 ASPH. As a 35 junkie the call of the VC lens is strong. Also have the VC 21/4 and 28/3.5. Great lenses for the money, considering how little I use them.

    Did you ever decide on the 35/2.5 PII? Years ago I had the 35/2 V4 cron and sold it. Looking for a lens to carry on a film or my new 262 (read my review of it here: http://www.jimarnold.org/blog/2015/12/leica-m-typ-262/) that is ultra small.

    Also made the mistake of renting a 50/1.4 ASPH. Damn, what a 50.

    Cheers,
    Jim

    • I kinda gave up on 35mm lenses. I still own the Skopar and Biogon but my preferred view is 28mm so I have the Cron Asph 28mm. Rarely use 35mm. I take the 28 for environmental. 50 for all around and 90 for portraits. I like the skopar for its size and sharpness. But the Biogon seems to be more favorable.

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