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.
Today I’m #ontheroad towards Germany on assignment for a customer success story photo reportage. This is about industrial photography, proudly working for the company #FANUC, leader in the Factory Automation. And so I’ve had a new idea: as I’m very often on the road on assignment, why not post a kind of live blogging showing what
...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
Dopo un lunghissimo viaggio di oltre 20 ore, da Lussemburgo, passando per Parigi e Tokyo, il mio primo contatto con il Giappone è stato con Osaka, catapultato nella vibrante vita notturna di questa futurisica città nipponica. Come posso solo pensare di andare a dormire mentre fuori dall'albergo scorrono infinite opportunità fotografiche? Quindi, andiamo a farci un bel giretto
After a long journey of more than 20 hours, my first contact with Japan has been Osaka, catapulted into the vibrant nightlife of a Japanese futuristic city. How could I go to sleep while having plenty of street photo opportunities right down the hotel? So let's have a walk
The third stop of my trip on the road to Andalusia is the historic city of Cordova, serenely lying along the Guadalquivir river and at the foot of the Sierra Morena. In contrast to the most dynamic Granada and Seville, Cordoba is in fact very quiet. Life around the majestic Mezquita and in the alleys
Today I take you outside for a pleasant walk through the elegant and colorful streets of Hoi An, Vietnam. Declared UNESCO World Heritage Site as a well preserved southeastern commercial port, this small city has been subjected to influences by foreign settlers such as Portuguese, Dutch, Indian, Chinese, and Japanese. In fact, the delightful historical
Selling on the stock photos agencies as Fotolia and Shutterstock it is great but it has the downside of not knowing who bought my pictures and where they will be printed and published. So, time to time, either I do a research on my name on Google, or someone just writes me saying "hey, I've seen a