Category: Street Photography Blog
It is very hot today in Rome.
I was walking in Portaportese flea market with few but good photos to bring back home for my personal project in that market, when I heard myself calling from behind with a loud voice “Leica! Take me a picture with your Leica!“
Fujifilm firmware updates just released for the following cameras:
Better an asked portrait or a stolen photo? It depends.
I do not think there is a definition of the best way in absolute but rather a mix of internal and external factors that determine the best choice from time to time.
I love to photograph, not write. Otherwise I would be a writer instead of a photographer.
When the inspiration lacks and time is not so much, the only true muse is always her.
A few days ago a strange thing happened: I asked an old man in a historical market here in Rome to pose for an environmental portrait, and after I photographed him I was asked to view the photo.
Is 50mm lens really the king of versatility?
There are those who say that 50mm is the most versatile lens on the planet. I think it’s the 35mm instead.
With a 35mm I can go out of my home really light and take photos of street, landscape, reportage, environmental and studio portraits.
If I had to choose only one lens in my kit to carry on my trips, it would be 35mm. Oh damn it… I already do it!
During the month April, 2017, the photojournalistic project called “Lo Stato Delle Cose” was officially presented at the auditorium of L’Aquila, Italy, the city from which it was born a year ago because of the tremendous earthquake that hit it during the night of the April 6th, 2009.
A photo project that lasted for months and will continue to evolve, created by Italian journalists and carried on by nationally and internationally renowned photographers, including some winners of World Press Photo.
Capture One 10.1 is out and from the official release notes we can read:
Roof shooting with warm and natural light near the famous gasometer in Rome, Italy. A cute model and fantastic people in my staff have allowed the creation of these photos.