Widget Image
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit, sed diam nonummy nibh euismod tincidunt ut laoreet dolore magna aliquam erat volutpat. Ut wisi enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exerci tation ullamcorper suscipit lobortis nisl ut aliquip
Email: hello@yourdomain.com
Phone: +88 (0) 101 0000 000
Fax: +88 (0) 202 0000 001

Blog

There is a moment, while I take a portrait picture, as I observe the subject, in which my eye and his, touches to merge into a single line, which travels through the emotions of one and the other. The camera disappears, time stands still, his gaze goes straight to me. But I cannot know if it will happen and when it happens. That’s the challenge. It is a moment, an intense exchange that occurs only in a fraction of a second, a little magic that, if caught, will remain alive and

Hanging around in the city of Luxembourg, i had the chance to spot this colorful Piano, just in from of the Grand Duchy palace. The overall setting was really interesting so i started taking pictures while some people were playing it, using the Fujifilm X-T1 And after that i discovered that this elegant old lady was a famous piano artist and i can tell you how wonderful was the music she played!  

"Dear friend, We would like to offer our warmest congratulations on your winning the Performance Award of HPA 2015. The results can be accessed through http://2015.hpa.org.cn/fp/jlfp.htm. You will be invited to attend the award ceremony to be held in September this year. We appreciate very much for your excellent recording of the multi cultures in the world. Congratulations!" This is the email I've received this morning, announcing my award at the HPA2015 photo competition, and i'm really happy because I've got awarded for something that i love to do, describing and recording the

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam semper leo eget sapien ultrices vitae facilisis massa dictum. Fusce eu purus a urna accumsan luctus. Nullam sit amet nisi non ante ultrices egestas. Proin erat nulla, congue adipiscing accumsan id, sollicitudin eget dolor. Vestibulum ipsum urna, consequat vel cursus ut, scelerisque vel nisl. Suspendisse molestie facilisis dui, et rutrum enim fermentum id. Curabitur tincidunt tellus sed risus vulputate fringilla. Mauris luctus posuere odio, quis viverra purus consequat ac. Aliquam luctus posuere ultricies. Morbi sagittis elementum ligula, eget luctus diam facilisis

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam semper leo eget sapien ultrices vitae facilisis massa dictum. Fusce eu purus a urna accumsan luctus. Nullam sit amet nisi non ante ultrices egestas. Proin erat nulla, congue adipiscing accumsan id, sollicitudin eget dolor. Vestibulum ipsum urna, consequat vel cursus ut, scelerisque vel nisl. Suspendisse molestie facilisis dui, et rutrum enim fermentum id. Curabitur tincidunt tellus sed risus vulputate fringilla. Mauris luctus posuere odio, quis viverra purus consequat ac. Aliquam luctus posuere ultricies. Morbi sagittis elementum ligula, eget luctus diam facilisis

Well, assuming that the X-T1 is a beautiful looking camera (other than high-end quality), how can i make it more stylish and at the same time protect the grip from usage wear and tear? I've looked on internet for something not too expensive, not too flashy and with a good quality, but all that i've found was not really catching and not convincing me: too "cheap, to invasive, to big, to old

October is probably the best month to see the sunset because the sky is often more warm and nature shows its beautiful colors. Luxembourg also hasthe perfect scenario because it combines lush vegetation to a modern and ancient architecture, all in the same frame. If to this we add a painted sky with delicate horizontal strokes then you just have to wait for the sun dips so the show begins. And the suspicion I had was right, when in the afternoon I took a ride to try out some lenses, so 'I

Borneo, somewhere in the Sarawak jungle. Over this big hill, on top of a mountain in the heart of the jungle of Borneo, every day people from the IBAN village, walks to reach the huge pepper plantations and they come back home late in the afternoon, before the dark. I was there, hosted by the village, and i liked to observe these humble people coming back after an hard working day, while the kids were still playing all together in a timeless atmosphere.