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Paco Ojeda
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Gentrified Bohemian • Bohemio Burgués
Gentrified Bohemian • Bohemio Burgués

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Greetings from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!

I've been recently approved as a Trusted Photographer (or am in the process of being accepted), and someone from the "Street View | Trusted" team added me to their official discussion group, in Spanish (Street View | Trusted - Español). I'm happy to stay there, but I'd feel more comfortable in the English equivalent, given my experience with the knowledge and the potential client base here in Puerto Vallarta.

Does anybody who to contact to request the switch, if possible?

Thanks in advance for your assistance!

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Parque Fundidora, a former iron factory, turned cultural center.
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Teatro del Bicentenario
Leon, Guanajuato • MÉXICO

Built just a couple years ago, this impressive theater has become one of Mexico's most important opera houses. I contacted them a month ago, introducing myself, and requesting the pleasure of capturing it. They saw my portfolio, and welcomed me with open doors.

(I deliberately scheduled the shoot on my birthday—a perfect present for myself!)
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These are all in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato, in Mexico, taken just last week. It's San Miguel's Cathedral, a mural by Mexican artist David Leonardo at the Public Library, and one by Siqueiros in the town's Cultural Center. 
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2014-07-11
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Gringo Gulch Pedestrian Bridge • Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco MEXICO
Puente Peatonal de Gringo Gulch

More #puertovallarta #360 #spheres here: https://www.google.com/maps/views/profile/101797762866129840865?gl=mx
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Greetings from Puerto Vallarta!

For DSLR shooters creating spheres in the wilderness, I'm wondering how you're tracking your compass heading. My older GPS unit won't track this info. I'm thinking of an iOS app on my iPhone and would welcome suggestions. Or perhaps I should purchase a trusty compass and jot down my headings on a notepad as I go...

Any thoughts on this one would be greatly appreciated.
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