A DOWN LOOK: IT’S A PHOTO SERIES: AN ARTICLE SERIES OF VISUALS FROM PHOTOGRAPHERS AROUND THE CITIES OF TEXAS. SHOWCASING CREATIVES EVERY WEEK.
What can we say about Danny Batista, one word… Quintessential.
What does that mean? Quin·tes·sen·tialˌ / representing the most perfect or typical example of a quality or class. Danny is a specialist in various lighting techniques and styles for use on photography projects world-wide. If you want to see what drive and extreme professionalism looks like daily, not just as a photographer but as a creative and business, follow him on his Instagram page.
Every one of his visuals draws you in, as if it were child-like fantasy and each image is culturally diverse. The most unique process in his display of colorful and thoughtful work, is his ability to showcase and communicate what it took to get the job done. Danny’s ability to relay that type of knowledge to a growing and enthusiastic community of the culture creatives in San Antonio, the state of Texas, and nationwide, is what sets him apart.
“I’m a professional photographer living in San Antonio, TX. I’m currently focusing heavily on portraiture in all types of environments, but my main photography expertise also include luxury real estate/architecture photography, automotive photography for private clients, food photography for clients like Food Network, and product photography for start-ups and larger organizations.” – Danny Batista
Model: Miranda Alicia
“Colorado just received a flurry of snow-fall in the previous week and the sun had already done a great job of melting much of it. Miranda and I were on our first trip together, and it’s impossible to not appreciate the vast wilderness surrounded by majestic mountains on the horizon.” – Danny Batista
“The scenery was natural and captivating, as so is she, and I couldn’t help but capture what it was like to explore together, in a place we’ve both never been.” – Danny Batista
“As we’re walking, fallen branches were breaking underneath our feet, ice was cracking, snow was crunching, our fingertips were burning from the frigid air, and Miranda fit in perfectly amongst it all.” – Danny Batista
This is our 2017 finale for The Down Market – A Down Look: It’s A Photography Series (To See More of this amazing class of photographers)
Thank you Danny and Miranda. Thank you to our amazing culture + creative community.