A step-by-step Lima dating guide helping you meet more single girls today so that you can be taking them on a date tonight or this weekend Towards the end of this guide we will also be giving some travel tips and talk about the dating culture in Peru as well. We assume most of you reading this are not going to be local Peruvian men since it is in English, it is more likely that many of you are tourists or expats trying to get the lay of the land. It is good that you are doing some research instead of just trying to wing it. We will start off with the best nightlife in the city to hook up with single Lima girls, and then talk about places to try and meet some ladies during the day as well. Oh ya, online dating will need to also be .
«I am an international Wedding Photographer based in Lima, Peru for most of the year but I also photograph destination weddings all over the world. » • —Give some advice to a wedding photographer who is a beginner. — 1) Make sure you are in it for the right reasons and that you really enjoy it. Otherwise the sacrifice it too great to pull through 2) Get your numbers right.
Now your costs and what you have to charge. If you work hard without being able to make a living within a certain period of time to grow tired and exhausted 3) Don't go for it because you think it less work than your 9-5 job.
It is MORE, way more work, especially the first 2 years in business. Be prepared to work 60-80 hours every week for a year or two if you really want to survive.
• —Are there tendencies in wedding photography? — There are several trends that coexist and result in such a great variety of styles. But one major trend is towards honest and authentic photos. More and more emphasize on photojournalistic wedding photos. • —Is there anything that worries you? What & why? — My health and fitness.
Any accident or illness will get me and my family in serious trouble. I shot weddings with high fever, without having slept the night before and earlier this year I shot several weddings with a broken right shoulder. That broken shoulder made me realize my situation and that I can't afford to not show up at a wedding or no being able to shoot. • —What are the key elements that make a photo attractive? — A photo can be good for many, many reasons.
In wedding photography it is important what bride and groom see in the photo. So try to get to know your clients as good as possible to be able to see things from their perspective. • —Do you like travelling? — Yes and No. Well organized travel without a tight schedule is great. Travelling uncomfortably or stressed turns travelling into a headache.
Even if your destination makes up for it you still end up exhausted. • —Can you specify whom would you love to shoot? — Unedited moments, real life, emotions.
I want to photographs weddings where everyone is just having a great time and ignores the camera. I want things to happen because they happen not for the camera. • —What is there in your work that brings you joy? — Creative Freedom was the most important thing at first.
Now it is above all the relationship with my clients, witnessing and documenting such a great day in their lives. • —Is there life in the Universe? — Maybe, why not. But probably not intelligent. And if so, then probably not by our means.
And definitely not with 2 arms, 2 legs and a head and even less coming for us. • —What would you have preferred to learn before becoming a photographer? — Don't fear failure, embrace it. It is the fastest way to learn a lesson and to become better. Don't wait for certain gear to take certain photos.
Just shoot. • —What details that usually pass unnoticed can a wedding photographer capture? — If you don't train your eye for it you usually don't see layers. So one thing a good wedding photographer is able to do is to capture several layers of one moment. Like the bride and groom exchanging rings but also including the parents in the background who are in tears.
• —When are you totally satisfied with the results of your work? — Never. There is always something to improve. That is the challenge that makes the work interesting.
Every wedding I try to shoot the best photos ever. • —What should future newlyweds pay attention to when looking for a wedding photographer? — The first thing is always portfolio and if you like the photos of that photographer.
But the 2nd step is sympathy and trust. You have to feel comfortable with the photographer and feel that he will take care of the photos no matter what. • —How did you start working in the wedding photography field? — First I shot a few weddings of some friends and 2 years later I decided that this is the way to go for me • —What makes a photo valuable?
What are the key features of a great photo? — In wedding photography it is the content of the photo and sometimes bad photos have a huge value for the bride and groom and vice versa. • —What is success to you?
How can one measure it? — Success is if you can have a life-work-balance that makes you happy at the end of the day while you can still pay the bills.
• —What devices that you own you regret you bought and why? — So many things that may be great in so many occasions but just are a distraction on a fast paced wedding day. Less is more. • —Do you believe in the traditional gender roles? — I believe the traditional roles to some extent make sense but who plays which role doesn't matter.
• —Is there anything in your work that you don't like or even hate? — The sacrifice it means sometimes for my family and my social life in general. • —Do you look good in pictures? — That is best left to others to judge • —What moment in your life you treat as the most significant one? — Probably the birth of my 2 kids • —How do you spend your leisure time?
— Spare time? • —Cats or dogs? — Dogs
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You can also order a la carte. Dishes are experimental, elaborate yet also austere, and come with titles such as "el Trueque," a reference to the pre-Colombian tradition of barter that still survives in rural Peru, and even Trepanation, the cranial surgeries once practiced by the Paracas people along the southern coast.
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