About Miguel Solorzano Photography

Photography has become a goal that I enjoy working towards. For many years, point-and-shoot was my way to capture emotions, but since the introduction of DSLR to my life the viewfinder seems to be endless. Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, and currently a resident of the ever-inspiring New Orleans, Louisiana, its architecture, culture and food have been my muse since I landed in the French Quarter late 2007. The beauty of photography is the ability to learn and get to practice what I enjoy. I seek challenges that would enhance my point of view, and sharpen my creative eye. There is still a lot to be learned and experience, and I cannot wait to see what else I can come up with. “Follow your dreams; transform your life” Paulo Coehlo The Equipment Beginnings – Panasonic Lumix G-10 Upgrade – Nikon D7000

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival 2015

Originally posted on Kimba's Photos:

Here are just a few of the photos that we captured that weekend.  I was excited to get a Mardi Gras Indian to pose for me, while my partner, John caught some candid shots around the festival.  He even caught me in a cool photo…


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Palms in Black & White

Last week, while at a free concert of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, the sky was clear, and the sun set behind the palm trees at the horizon.  New Orleans City Park.  Shot with Olympus E-PL7. 

 

Roasted Cauliflower

I don’t cook, so when I do I rely on the experience of others and follow recipes.  Earlier this year I came across this spicy roasted cauliflower recipe from www.PureWOW.com and I had to give it a try.  Trust me, if I can do it, so can you.  Besides, cauliflower is the “it” vegetable of the year.

Step #1: Gather your ingredients.

Roasted Cauliflower by PureWow.com

Step #2: Take a picture of your ingredients

Roasted Cauliflower by PureWow.com

Step #3:  Mix in the spices and Greek Yogurt.  In my case I used Chobani for extra tang.

Roasted Cauliflower by PureWow.com

Step #4: Dunk the cauliflower head in the mix

 

Roasted Cauliflower by PureWow.com

Step #5: Bake at 400 degrees.

Roasted Cauliflower by PureWow.com

Step #6:  Take a final picture and enjoy it.

Roasted Cauliflower by PureWow.com