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  • Wild Panama Photos: Natural Technicolor

    Featured photographer Bas Urrutia captures Panama in all its wild glory, highlighting the unreal hues that occur in nature and the life that hums around every jungle bend.

    View the slideshow for a look at Panama from behind the lens of this native Panamanian photographer.

    Bas Urrutia

    Meet Bas

    “Friends call me Bas, my family calls me Wally (even though I’m not a Walter)… others call me a workaholic, a computer geek… since I love to cook and enjoy a good wine, some call me a ‘wine connoisseur.’

    “Me? I like to think of myself as a landscape photographer who is always looking to capture those colorful moments from the vibrant life that surrounds us.

    “My first job as a microfilm operator introduced me to photography. I grew to love the darkroom, the red bulb, the quiet intensity, the 8mm tape reel, and my camera. Since that time, many things have changed, but not the beauty of the country in which I was born.”

    – Bas Urrutia

    If you’d like to keep up with Bas and his photography in Panama, you can visit his portfolio on 500px and follow him on Twitter @BasUrrutia.

    All images © Basilio Urrutia 2012.

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    1. Rachel Rachel Kowalczyk says:

      Bas –

      You’re really combining the best of both worlds, then. One thing I miss from my first couple of cameras (all old-school film cameras) was the purpose and consideration I gave to each exposure. Now I shoot willy-nilly, immediately deleting half of the pictures I take with my Nikon Coolpix S4, and suddenly photography has become for me something hurried, thoughtless, and wasteful. To revisit that calm I used to experience while taking pictures, I suppose I should go back to film.

      Your thoughts? From everything you shared, it seems like you experience the greatest calm in the darkroom, not necessarily when you’re shooting.

    2. Bas says:

      Thanks Rachel, it’s always encouraging to heard that.. Definitely, they’re all digital.. but you’re right in one thing, all were developed in my dark room.. 😉

    3. Rachel Rachel Kowalczyk says:

      I’m having a really difficult time deciding which of your photos I like best. It may be “Achiote” – such a cool close-up, and the colors really pop.

      Thanks for sharing your images of Panama with the Ambler travel community! I’m curious if you use digital exclusively, or if any/all of these photos were developed in a darkroom? (I find most professional photographers I speak with use both)

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