Parker County Today August 2017 - Page 30

Tango dancing in Buenos Aires, Argentina most kids I was broke, so I had to be conservative with my shots, efficient, picking and choosing my shots.” Though digital capture has revolutionized photography, allow- ing shooters to be far more prolific, Sánchez, now 34, said he’s glad he started out with film. “Digital kind of came and took over right when I was getting into my late 20s,” he said. “I think if I’d started out digital I’d have just been shooting everything, not really paying attention to or focusing on the scene.” What are some of his favorite places around the globe? “One of my favorites is Nepal, as far as being beautiful,” he said. “It’s sandwiched between India and China, so it has a good mix of culture. It’s similar to India with the customs and religion, but at the same time it has a lot of the Himalayan culture of that region. It’s a good mix. The people are really friendly and 28 Monsoon storm at a mor ning market, Myanmar