What happens when you compare the image taken with an iPhone with the one taken with a medium format camera!
They may have travelled for miles, they may have come from the most disparate places, often very different from the ones where we see them: cars, parked in the streets, tell interesting stories when they are framed in their environment: stories made of contrasts, surprises, colours and cultural clashes. I …
It was August 2012 and all I had was my Bronica SQ-A with the Zenzanon 80/2.8 PS and Portra 400. These are just four photos from that day, but I think they capture some of the local mood.
These photos of parked land vehicles (camper vans, motor homes) tell (or, rather, let the viewer imagine) a whole life story, that of the owner. The photos are, technically, extremely simple, and just frame a detail, unconventional and unexpected, and present the things as they are and were in front …
È una delle piazze più belle d’Italia. La bellezza deriva dagli edifici e dagli alberi; mi è sembrato naturale fotografarli assieme.
While in Venice (Italy) I shot the same scene with my iPhone 5 (HDR and filters) and Olympus XA loaded with Ektar. I propose here the comparison, while noting that I have adjusted in Photoshop the Ektar file only.
I thought this scene could look better in an evening scene: I wanted to give highlight to the streetlamps. Photoshop then! In Both cases: Canon EOS 1n, EF 70-200 f/4L IS, Acros 100
I was watching this photo on flickr of a tree trunk washed onshore, when I realised that I photographed several of them already, perhaps more than I wish to remember. Here are mine.
Bronica SQ-A is an ideal camera to travel light!
Colico (Lecco) è un paesino tranquillo…
Shooting film in Paris at high ISO.
Zeiss Sonnar 135mm is a very good lens – not on digital, though.