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I’ve been working on my pet portfolio lately. So, Sarah and I took the puppies for a stroll around the Three Rivers Heritage Trail to take some pet photos with the stunning  Pittsburgh Skyline in the background. As usual Stella and Mona showed their professionalism in front of the camera. Stella & Mona – Pittsburgh […]

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  Sarah and I had a great time this past weekend photographing Stephanie and Bill’s engagement session. We started out at the Cathedral of Learning, where we were lucky enough to grab some sun despite a forecast of scattered thunderstorms. Inside, we explored the Cathedral’s Nationality Rooms, taking fun shots in the Austrian, Ukranian and […]

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  • Christina Klas - I have to admit – I’m kind of an addict for engagement/wedding photo shoots. I love them, but I am officially smitten by the first umbrella photo! So whimsical I love it! Well done.ReplyCancel

Order a print of this photo. Pittsburgh skyline from Three Rivers Heritage Trail. Photography by Jorge Santiago

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Now that the temperatures are finally warming up I got out of my cave to take some street photographs around Pittsburgh. Part of this image was taken at Carnegie Mellon University and another part was taken at Walnut Street. I assembled them together into a frame to recreate my idea of what a perfect shot […]

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  • mARTina - Good shot of a great moment. The processing and its resulting color depths I like very well.ReplyCancel

I love the mysteriousness of the mangroves. There is something about them that attracts me and frightens me at the same time. I grew up in the mountains of Oaxaca and never saw mangroves until I traveled to Borneo. I was astounded by their shapes. The movement of their roots makes them seem like welcoming […]

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  • mARTina - fantastic black and white. rooted bring something to the bizarre image. it looks very exotic and abstract.ReplyCancel

  • Andrei Barbu - Excellent b/w shot! Best regards, Andrei.ReplyCancel