FRAMES Podcast with Jose Andres Basbus

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Jose Andres Basbus, passionate landscape and architecture photographer from Argentina and long-time member of the FRAMES community.

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Jose Andres Basbus is 56 years old. He was born in Santiago del Estero, Argentina. He is a lawyer and a diplomat of career from the Foreign Affairs Dept. of State (as of 1997). He was appointed at the Consulates of Argentina in Salto, Uruguay (1999), Tarija, Bolivia (2000), Punta Arenas, Chile (2001-2006), Toronto, Canada (2006-2009), Cape Town, South Africa (2010), Punta del Este, Uruguay (2012-2018) and as of April 2021, onwards, at the Consulate in Puerto Montt in Chile.

As a photographer, he started working in 1998 using Nikon equipment. In 2015 he switched to mirrorless and his cameras today are an infrared converted Fujifilm X-E2 and Fujifilm X-T2, plus many Fujinon XF lenses.

Recently Jose Andres started working exclusively with Fujifilm medium format cameras: GFX 50R and 100S.

He shoots landscapes, panoramas and architecture with the entire set of tilt-and-shift lenses.

© Jose Andres Basbus
© Jose Andres Basbus
© Jose Andres Basbus
© Jose Andres Basbus

Jose Andres Basbus


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