Eyes of Nikon

D7100 | AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR | ISO 100 | 1/2.5 | f/13


Marcelo Gomesマルセロ・ゴメス

Born and raised in Brazil, Marcelo lives and works between São Paulo and NY. He attended the University of Iowa on a full athletic scholarship (basketball)and graduated with a BA in Political Science. He has had two books published by Hassla Books(NY):“ Love and Before, Green and After” in 2008 and “Taciturn Heart” in 2010. In May of 2010, Marcelo was part of a group show at Brooklyn Academy of Music in NY titled‘ Younger than I'll Be’, which also featured Jack Pierson, Roberto Longo, Larry Clark and Nan Goldin. His first solo show, titled ‘Exploding, Still’opened in June 2010 at Family in L.A. Marcelo has a new book of photographs coming out through Morel Books(London) this summer. Marcelo's photographs have appeared in The New York Times Style Magazine/T, Art Review, Bloomberg Businessweek, New York Magazine, The Wire, Popeye, Brutus, Huge, Modern Matter, Harper's Bazaar, The Plant Journal, and many others. http://marcelogom.es/

Photographer's Eye

The 12-24mm f/4G was the lens I shot with the most. I was surprised this was the case because I'm often shooting on fixed 50mm lenses. I shot some close up portraits with it at very high ISO that hold up very well! I used 55-300mm f/4.5-5.6G quite a bit too. I shot a lot of texture and colour with this one, the zoom is great and the quality of the final file is just as great. When I was in a farm in upstate NY, with its vast, wide open space, I used the 10.5mm f/2.8G to see how much I could fit into a frame. Turns out, I could fit a lot of information.

Work of Marcelo Gomes