Martin Soler Photography

About

Martin-Soler-London

For work you can find me at martinsoler.com or check out my about.me/martinsoler page.

If you want to follow my random rambles sprinkled with a few deep philosophic solutions go to twitter @martinsoler

You can also follow my thoughts and pictures on Google+ here.

I’m also on LinkedIn, Facebook and Flickr.

If you like my pictures I suggest you stay connected to my Flickr stream which gets more updates (because I don’t often put my mobile pics on this blog).

My equipment:

Camera: Canon 500D, Nikon D300, Canon 5D Mark II
Lens: 18-55mm kit lens, Sigma EX 10-20mm wideangle, Nikkor 50mm 1.8, Canon 24-105 f4 USM, Canon 50mm 1.8

Other: BENRO A-1691 + B-0 Travel Angel Aluminium Tripod Kit
Velbon CX 540 Tripod
Classified Sling 180 AW Bag by Lowepro

Software:
Lightroom 2
Photomatix
Photoshop

Creative Commons License
Martin Soler’s Photo blog by Martin Soler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at martinsoler.com.

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6 thoughts on “About

  1. I loved every one of your photos.
    I think you are already an incredible photographer. I can see that you really enjoy your work.
    I look forward to more postings.
    You do not need anyones cretiquing but your own.
    Love,
    Penelope

  2. Your photos totally brightened my day and brought me into the present rather than dwelling on a recent problem. Those photos are very artistic and skillfully shot. Good job!

  3. Thanks a lot. Am happy you enjoyed them. Feel free to use the photos and link back to my site. Inform me for commercial use.

  4. Pingback: London City Hall and Tower Bridge « Blog Archive « Martin Soler's Photo blog

  5. Neville Calleja on said:

    Having noticed your name in a blog, I could not help clicking on into your website. I am from Malta and indeed your surname Soler is quite common in Malta. I also clicked on your father’s website and I noticed he was born in Algiers. That is probably the missing link as many Maltese migrants have settled in Algiers the past 150 years.

    In any case, you have a gift – thanks for providing me with a surreal break from my hectic schedule.

  6. Dear Martin Soler, I very much Like your page and with your permission, I would like to add your blog to my links, so more people will be able to visit your blog.

    Sincerely,
    Irina

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