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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

I normally like to ask permission before I snap photographs when I travel. I usually do this not to get approval but because I feel so much better when people know I have photographed them. By asking for permission I don’t mean using direct questions like: Can I take a photograph of you? because these […]

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  • Kevin Mullins - This is a wonderful moment, captured. The B&W works so well and I really like the slight blue tone. Its a moment the little boy may never remember, but you have captured it perfectly.ReplyCancel

  • Andrei Barbu - Great shot, i like the composition and the moment! Excellent image!ReplyCancel

  • mARTina - no, I dont think the young boy wrote on the wall. even if he acts very focused to recognize the child in him. very nice photo.ReplyCancel

I spent some time this past weekend walking around downtown with Kristen and Stephen for their engagement photography session. These guys were great sports even though it was a really windy day.  I love this image because of the spontaneous appearance of the Penguins fan. Thanks K & S and I’m really looking forward to […]

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Little Dempsey and his dad Shawn at their home in Pittsburgh. I really enjoyed the Baby photography session guys! Thank you for the opportunity. © Photography by Jorge Santiago, Pittsburgh PA 2011 Review posted here in my google place: Jorge gave us the perfect keepsake to remember our little one’s most precious days by. The […]

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  • Eva Lepiz - This is wonderful!
    Very expressive, congratulations, you are doing very goodReplyCancel

Salt Fork State Park, Ohio. Jorge Santiago Photography 2011.

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Pittsburgh Center For The Arts 2011. Photography by Jorge Santiago

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  • Simone - GENIAL! Congrats on CoolPhotoblogs challengeReplyCancel

  • Alex Shen - Great, seems like to be a HDR image. I love the little yellow on the back and the dark tone on the sky. but i think it would be better if the foreground gets little under exposure.ReplyCancel

  • bluechameleon - There is a presence felt here that I like. Darkness beyond the light. Great shot.ReplyCancel

Highland Park, Pittsburgh 2011

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  • mARTina - romantic in winter. fantanstic light and shadow. the clouds give dramatic in the sky.
    wg, martinaReplyCancel

  • Olivier Rault - Great shot, what lights, well done ! I love it !ReplyCancel

  • Victor Curto - The truth is to know your photoblog, you’ve been a big surprise. You have high quality images and excellent work.
    You have my vote for the Photoblog Awards, and a new fan of your site.
    BRAVO!ReplyCancel

  • Richard Swagger - I love this photograph. Badassery.ReplyCancel