To see more of my work, please visit my blog.
Catalan protests. Barcelona, October, 2019
Cala de Sant Jordi, Spain
You can see my blog at Charly Senall
When in Spain, I found myself drawn to balconies, and I started making a series of images of them. And then people started appearing on the balconies…
It was worth every one of the 207 steps up this tower to see this beautiful spiral from above. This was taken from the top of the Santa Catalina tower in Valencia, Spain.
Some of the most futuristic architecture anywhere can be found in Valencia, Spain, at the City of Arts and Sciences. There are so many intriguing lines and angles that, as a photographer, I didn’t want to leave. This is the Opera House by Valencian-born Santiago Calatrava.
I have been following Charly’s photoblog since I have joined the WordPress family so I am very pleased to introduce him to those of you that are not familiar with his wonderful work.
Nikon D600 and Sigma 24-70 f/2.8 lens – 1/320 @ f/11 – ISO 100
Hello, my name is Charly and I was born in Barcelona, Spain, in 1956. Currently I live in El Masnou, near Barcelona, located by the Mediterranean Sea.
When I was twelve, somebody gave me a Kodak Brownie Fiesta’s camera, and immediately photography fascinated me. As soon as I made some money, I bought a 35mm SLR, Petri brand, and since then, I have gone through medium format, large format camera, black and white laboratory, and currently undergoing a hard adaptation process to digital photography. Now I’m using a Nikon D600.
For me photography is a passion, I need to take pictures constantly, but I cannot explain why. I like precision and seek the highest quality in my power. I print my pictures 40×60 cm, and I make my own photographic paper.
To learn more about my work, you can visit – Charly Senall