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Art May 28, 2019 Three things Munch has taught me

Edvard Munch was a norwegian painter born on decembre 1863, famous for his masterpiece, The Scream. Thanks to his paintings I’ve learnt different important things in art, and of course in photography. In this article blog I’ve summarized three great lessons that Edward Munch has taught me. He isn’t my favourite painter but I love …

Landscape photography May 24, 2019 A day in Heaven – Landscape photography

In the springtime a bird in a cage knows very well that there’s something he’d be good for; he feels very clearly that there’s something to be done but he can’t do it; what it is he can’t clearly remember, and he has vague ideas and says to himself, ‘the others are building their nests …

Street photography May 19, 2019 Artistic selfie in street photography (and life)

Small series about personal artistic selfie in street photography. I like to play with my shadow taking photos with a simple smartphone. It is so funny! Usually I play with geometries and I try to include in the frame other people. Basically I try to connect my shadow with elements in the scene. It’s a …

Street photography May 13, 2019 Smartphone street photography #3

This is the third article about my street photography taken with smartphone, the best pocket camera, always with you. Today many smartphones have sensor and lens with awesome quality. You can share and print your photos without problem. You can read about previous articles here: Smartphone street photography #1  Smartphone street photography #2 Here is …

Street photography May 7, 2019 My surreal street photography

Small series of surreal street shots taken by me in Rome. I love surrealism in street photography. These kind of images are so strange and enigmatic. Often I underexposed -2/-3 stop to obtain closed shadows and more saturation. To create more mistery and suspence usually I don’t show people faces. As I said in previous …

Art Cinema Street photography May 3, 2019 The wonderful minimalism in street photography and art

Minimalism in street photography – Less is more, that’s my opinion . I love minimalism in painting, photography and cinema. I don’t know the exact reason probably because I like the simplicity. Minimal images are more essential, so it is easier for our eyes to interpret them. I like to photograph geometries (repetitions of the …

Street photography April 29, 2019 Street photography as backstage

Street photography is everywhere at any time. I took these pictures as backstage for theatre actors in Rome. Actors didn’t pose for me, photos are spontaneous. This was a collaboration with the Italian company “Accademia teatro senzatempo” in Rome.   It’s difficult to find a definition for street photography. For me it is about humanity …

Street photography April 24, 2019 Street photography portraits #2

Second article about street photography portraits. Here is another series of candid street shots taken by me. Usually I ask for permission, sometimes it’s ok sometimes it isn’t. These photos were taken with different cameras, in different countries. I’ve used wide and 50mm lens. Actually I prefer to use wide angle lens staying close to …

Street photography April 20, 2019 All right, thanks… street photography emotions

Life is cruel, life is suffering, life is pain, life is cry, life is sorrow, life is sadness, life is madness, life is darkness, life is ruthless, life is hard, life is fear, life is loneliness, life is disease, life is illness, life is fight, life is duel, life is drammatic, life is drama, life …

Art Street photography April 16, 2019 The dramatic dynamism in Franz Kline and Daido Moriyama’s art

Let’s talk about dynamism in art. Two artist, the painter Franz Kline and the street photographer Daido Moriyama. What do they have in common? The black and white and the strong dynamism in their works. Franz Kline paints irregular lines and geometrical elements while Daido Moriyama tilts his camera to create movement and different point …