Most of us, most of the times, thinking of photography, think of taking pictures rather than making. It’s true for me, too. At times, however, I have an idea in mind and I need to create it in order to shoot it. The following is an example. Besides the usual …
I learnt most of what I know about photography several years ago. One of the few “new” things is for me the discovery of the “enhancing” (dydidium) filter (generally manufactured by Tiffen or Schneider Optics B+W), that apparently works only on digital sensors, by differentiating further the wavelenghts corresponding to …
It doesn’t matter what meterologists will say: the snow will come to London, abundant. I have recently sold this stock: If people buy my snow stock, snow will come. Stock doe not lie, buyers know (better than metereologists).
…of human artifacts that add to the beauty of the sea. Yet, often photographers try to get the shot without them in the frame. These two are from Hastings, East Sussex.
…to see Canary Wharf from within this “frame”: That is, the Naval College musem in Greenwich. Available on iStock, too.
…and they know how to care for their vegetation. This is their effort: And this is some result:
Two new pictures.
Con molto ottimismo, l’estate scorsa mi avventurai, a stento protetto dall’aria condizionata dell’auto, attorno a Pisa. Fui premiato da questa scena che mi affrettai a divorare con la mia Mamiya C220.
I went into the woods because I wanted to live deliberately. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life…to put to rout all that was not life; and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived. ~Henry David Thoreau Andai nei …
Today I found a pepper in my kitchen. Then I found a camera in my bag, and finally a tripod for it to sit on top. I had to take a picture.