Escuela libre de Derecho de Sinaloa

Miguel Angel Victoria Fotógrafo

On the emblematic Rosales street between the avenues Jose Maria Morelos and Domingo Ruby marked with the number 266 West is located a beautiful and colonial hostel building of the very prestigious Escuela libre de Derecho de Sinaloa historical space, in where under their large corridors students and teachers interact daily in full harmony and respect.

This building was in front of the Government Palace until the year 1960, the last Constitutional Governor of Sinaloa that occupied it was General Gabriel Leyva Velázquez.

This beautiful historical building’s importance is not only due to its location but also because it was an official residence or House of Government.

This beautiful historical building’s importance is not only due to its location but also because it was an official residence or House of Government, that is the home of many Governors, the last one who inhabited it was, Governor Pablo Macías Valenzuela .
When a handful of teachers of the Legal Science, we were obliged, for social political, and protectionistreasons,tofund EscuelalibredeDerech odeSinaloa,welikedthisoldbuilding with two interior courtyards, decorated by two majestic mango trees that gave its fruits to delighted students and teachers.
The building already had been the seat of the Attorney of General Justice and Judicial police of the State, today Ministerial police and also of a store dedicated to the sale of stationery.
When started to work under their colonial roofs, we celebrated a contract of lease with the family Ojeda Ibarra that were their owners.
Later with a credit of Banoro, we acquired it by purchase to the concerned family Ojeda Ibarra.

The Escuela Libre de Derecho de Sinaloa, in May 2017 will celebrate 45 years of struggle for the ever fertile Juridical Culture.

All that have had the responsibility of being Directors, are today called rectors, including myself (1990-1993) we were gradually doing jobs of maintenance, cleaning, remodeling to give force to the old structure of this beautiful building.
The Law School of Sinaloa, in May 2017 will celebrate 45 years of struggle for the ever fertile Juridical Culture.
Today this Historic house has a new face while preserving the structural features of its colonial architecture.
We invite those who are not familiar with the front facade and interiors of our house of legal studies, to pass by St. Rosales 266 west in the historic center of the beautiful capital of Sinaloa to visit it.
You Will always be well received.

Lic. Raul Rene Rosas Echavarria

Texto: Lic. Raul Rene Rosas Echavarria

Maestro Fundador y Rector Honorario de la Escuela Libre de Derecho de Sinaloa

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School free of right of Sinaloa
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How this Virtual Tour was made

The equipment used to perform virtual tour are the following:

  • Nikon D810 DSLR Camera
  • Lens Sigma 8 mm Fisheye
  • Nodal Ninja NN4 Tripod Head
  • Manfrotto 190 Carbon Fiber Tripod
  • Remote Switch

The software processing of the image was

  • Lightroom to process RAW files
  • PTGui for stitching images
  • Photoshop general and local settings
  • PanoTour Pro for generating virtual tour
On a Friday of the month of November, after verifying in the Planner of the application Photopills at what time the blue hour would begin, we arrived at 5:45 in the morning to the building where Escuela libre de Derecho de Sinaloa is located, to quickly prepare our equipment and at 5:55 we began taking the spherical photos of this virtual tour.
It is an old large house of the Historical Center of Culiacán that has been taken care of for years with much care and attention, preserving its original design.
The photo of the entry to the building was done by me with a diaphragm f/11, ISO 100 and a speed of obstruction of 30 seconds, that of the courtyard uses the same diaphragm and ISO and the speed was 1 second.
For the images with the pupils, to avoid “blurred” images ones exhibition was the following: diaphragm f/8, ISO 400, obstruction speed second 1/20.
I liked the results… it was worth getting up so early …

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