Last week I was in London for a pleasure trip with my sister and my nephew who had never been in the city before. Of course, it's been a touristic stay, visiting the classic sightseeing, including the famous Madame Tussauds, where the waxworks of famous and historic people and also popular film character are exposed. I was not planning to do serious photography there, I mean, with my Leica Q, but only souvenirs snaps with the iphone. But, wait a moment...
Once in, I realized that this place could be a good gym where to train a kind of street photography, where the subjects, does'nt move at all!!And having my nephew and my sister role playing with the statues, well, I realised I could make some nice photos.
Finally, It is time to be on the road again, or, in this case, on the rails... Yes, indeed, this time I've decided to start my journey at a much slower pace. because I want to enjoy and feel it.
When and how the idea was bornBefore getting on board for my next long distance trip (I'll tell you where soon...), I have few days free and I need to reach my hometown, Mola di Bari, in the south of Italy. Of course, by instinct, the first thing I would do is to go to Ryanair website and book a direct flight that in only 2 hours will bring me home.
Today I want to share with you a new book I just received, a true inspirational body of work considered the "bible" of street photography. The book, quite heavy and big, is produced by my favourite photographer Joel Meyerowitz together with Colin Westerbeck, and explores the development and history of the genre through the medium's masters--Strand, Atget, Stieglitz, Cartier-Bresson, Lartigue, Kertész, Walker Evans, Brassaï, Diane Arbus, Robert Frank, Helen Levitt, Garry Winogrand, Lee Friedlander, and many others.
Love is in the air, so Happy Valentine's day, folks! Today I'm sharing with you a cool animation in Stop Motion I've created for the company I work with, FANUC Europe, in Luxembourg, with the help of my wonderful colleagues. How it is made - Behind the scenes This is for me the first time I create something
Hello there, how much do you like walking on a cold, wet, soft snow? Well, I have to admit, I'not a fan of it, I'd rather prefer the deep blue colour of a wavy sea, but it's winter time, and I live in Luxembourg. Nothing more to add
Hello folks, today I want to show you a set of 15 new photos I took a few weeks ago, in Paris. I had few hours before getting the train back to Luxembourg and what's better than an intense session of candid street photography? Even when I'm on a business trip I always carry my Leica SL
Hello folks, have you ever wondered how a little tiny fruit can produce one of the tastiest and used ingredients ever? I'm talking about the extra virgin olive oil and how it is actually extracted from olives. I may admit that even though I've always and only used olive oil produced locally, from my family's
Each season in Luxembourg city offers unique photo opportunities, and so the winter. I took my Leica SL with me and I walked around to capture the fairy tale atmosphere you can breath along the streets. Enjoy! Thanks for reading! If you want a print out of any of the pictures above, please get in contact with
Milano, here we are! It took me almost 13 years before I could come back to the city where I've studied and lived for three years, from years 2003 to 2006. I have to admit, I'm not a fan of this city, but I cannot ignore the fact that is the only real big city
Few weeks ago, I've received a new set of cookies from my talented friend Ana (SweetInc.Lux). This time, it was about Christmas and she prepared many different shapes, like the gingerbread man, the woman, the elk, the deer, the heart and, of course the Christmas tree. I was so happy, but at the same time,