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Sally in Soho

What you don't know, is that Sally's husband is standing just behind her right shoulder, holding/eating a big tray of beef ribs. Truth.

Sally, her husband, Ben and I took a quick half day tour around the side streets of Palermo Viejo/Soho one lovely afternoon in early October. We asked the BA photo god's to send us some dog walkers, and man, did s/he deliver! We also stopped in a local parrilla where Ben ducked to grab some take out (and we could take some shots) so he could sample the beef that Argentina is famous for. Well, we certainly didn't think of it ahead of time, but that meat pit-stop sure did helped us getting the pooches to pose for our cameras. Gotta try this trick more often!

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NOLA Beer and Chicken Y'all!

Well, I imagine that photo got your attention? If not, you are dead inside (or vegetarian). When fried chicken is done to absolute perfection, you have to bow down. NOLA Gastropub has nailed it!

NOLA is chef, Liza Puglia and her boyfriend brew master, Francisco Terrin of Bröeders brew fame. I visited them in the spanking new Palermo restaurant last week. They have perfected simplicity with Liza's New Orleans style home cooking and Francisco's house crafted beer. The crispy friend chicken is off the charts good (with the XXX sauce, if you are missing some spice in your life) and happy hour pints for $25 pesos, daily from 5-8pm. Needless to say, NOLA has been a hit since their doors opened a few weeks ago.

For this shoot, I used natural window light with my amazing new Fuji XT1 and wide 14mm prime lens for most of the interior shots. For the food photos, I bounced a speed light and used my Nikon D600 with a 24-70mm lens. I reduced the shutter speed for these shots as well to allow some ambient light. My boyfriend, Hernan was my hand model ;) Tough job, friends!

If you live in Buenos Aires, get your butt over to NOLA at Gorriti 4389. Here's a link to a past NOLA event I covered a few years back.

*Update: NOLA's Happy Hour prices are now $30pesos/pint. Amazing deal!

*Read what Liza from NOLA has to say about her first month as a restaurant owner in BA.

Questions about the gear I use or this shoot. Shoot me a message! I'm always up for sharing.