Hello mates, are you lovers of street photography as I do? Then you should probably already know the project "Life is Street" a collective of street photographers from all over the world. I've discovered it on Instagram a long time ago and has always been one of my favourite feeds to follow, so full of inspiration and great photos.
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.
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
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
Recently I was in Italy for a very short trip over the weekend and during that time I spent one day and one night in Bologna., in the Emilia Romagna region, just an hour far (by train) from Milan. It was not the first time for me, actually, I did the military service in Bologna,
Bonjour my friends, this week I bring you back to Japan, precisely to one of the most crowded and vibrant cities in the world, heaven for street photographers: Tokyo The Japanese capital is a unique place where each district is completely different from the others, from the traditional Asakusa to the modern and crazy Akihabara, without forgetting Shibuya,
...and here is the second part of my photo series about candid life in Cuba. Please read the full story from the Part 1 article here Which one you like the most? I would really appreciate if you leave a comment on this post Cuba, life at the doorsteps (all pictures were taken with the Canon 5D Mark
As well as the majority of Latin countries, a lot of life is happening just at the doorsteps of the houses, where most of the locals spend their time, maybe only standing still. This reminds me a lot of my hometown, in the south of Italy, where life is just happening outside, at any time
Lisbon is that kind of place who could dream about any street photographer. The city indeed is full of life and colours but also so different from district to district. From the seaside walk looking to the impressive "25 de Abril" suspension bridge, (very similar to the iconic one in San Francisco) and the beautiful elegant
Street photo walk in Luxembourg city with the new iPhone 8 Plus: a gorgeous camera that will surprise you!
Yes, I've bought the brand new iPhone 8Plus, but no, it wasn't for a caprice, instead, I took the opportunity as my 6s went broken just a few days before