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

Krewe du Vieux 2017


This gallery contains 29 photos.

It is Carnival season in New Orleans, and the opening of parade season began with some Crass Menagerie courtesy of the Krewe du Vieux.  Among the satire that identifies the krewe, this year’s political scene was front and center.  Happy … Continue reading

Southern Abstraction at Old 77 Hotel & Chandlery

This month, the Old 77 Hotel & Chandlery, New Orleans, unveiled an arts installation in the hotel’s suites featuring 3 local artists; Leroy Miranda, Kate Harahan and Connor McManus.  

Mardi Gras Indians 2016

Krewe of Orpheus 2016

Krewe of Mid-City