What a disaster can a splash of sea water be for a camera! And so it was, that I headed for Monterosso only equipped with my Nikon FM2n, only to
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
Family love, graffiti, Pisa (Tuscany)
Photoshop is not the only responsible here. I also had some help from a cat who decided I should scratch its back, and from the Luminance software. Finally, of course,
An imperfect landscape calls for a Photoshop perfection. I had fun reshaping the light to my taste. Numbered from 1 to 8, I illustrate below the passages from the first
In Pisa, the old walls of the old town (“centro storico”) often become canvasses where posters, decals, graffiti, street signs and cars paint colorful motifs. Via Santa Cecilia belongs to
The celebration of the San Ranieri festivity in Pisa is gorgeous especially if observed from a vantage point.
A Pisa, se non sai cosa leggere, puoi sempre fare una passeggiata e leggere quel che c’è sui muri!
Il Lungarno Gambacorti a Pisa è coloratissimo, ma un pizzico di Photoshop può migliorare sia i colori sia la geometria della composizione. Sony NEX-5, C/Y Tessar 45/2.8 This photo
Calci (Pisa) è un posto carino
Lasciata la buia Inghilterra alle spalle, eccomi a fotografare la Toscana!
[singlepic id=115 w=600 h=600 ] The last photo shot in Durham, to finish a roll. Moving back to Italy now.
English winter requires the use of winter tires, but the English do not know it.
Bronica SQ-A is an ideal camera to travel light!
…and with great fantasy, too.
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.
Dealing with lenses soft in the corners