Today i'm on the news! Hopefully for a positive news :-) The national newspaper, Le Quotidien, has just published an article about my new photobook, "Cuba, people and lifestyle". It was a relaxed and open discussion with the journalist Pablo Chimienti, trying to explain the reason why i've decided to visit Cuba and which kind of photography i do like to take. You can read the article below.
Despite being literally invaded by tourists, the Chateau of Versailles is an incredible beautiful place just few kilometers far from Paris. As you may know, I'm not a fan of architecture photography or still life and, except for few interesting detail pictures, i had fun trying to photograph the interactions between the tourists and the place, a kind of "indoor street photography". One of the common thing I've seen during the tour was a lot of people just hanging around with a phone on their hands and snapping pictures one after
This week opens with a nice news: a picture of me taken in Bari, in the iconic "Nderr to the lanz", with the fisherman curling two beautiful fresh octopus, was used as the cover of the official magazine of Luxair to promote precisely flights to Bari. Double pride for me, the use of my photo on the cover and the promotion of my country of origin, Puglia.
Speed and effort on two wheels. In these days is taking place the Skoda Tour de Luxembourg, the biggest cycling race in the Grand Duchy. I found myself there, by chance, during the trial, in the pouring rain and it was nice to see live the impressive strength and speed that employ these athletes, despite the adverse weather conditions as well. I'm not a lover of sports photography, but "graphically" the scene has intrigued me a lot because he sped athletes one by one without confusion around and heavy rain that created reflections
Happy to announce my new work, a photo book out of my last trip to Cuba. CUBA, people and lifestyle An intense photographic journey through the streets of Trinidad, Vinales and Havana, suspended between the myth of the "Revolucion" and the American dream. The overwhelming and genuine character of Cuba destined to change forever, told by the eyes of the photographer Sabino Parente. The book has 120 pages and is printed on high quality paper, from Blurb.com You can order the book here: http://goo.gl/4Q5Jkb or visit my page at http://www.sabinoparente.com/books