I can’t believe it! (I know: you can’t believe it, too!): this is the last photo of the 51 Weeks Photographic Project. Even if at some point I began to slow down, this has been a very important project to me: I think this is the first I carry out till the end. So, cheers! […]
Yeeee! We’re finally reached our last theme: Holidays! Last 4 photos to end the project. Here’s the first: Portrait. Thanks to MoneyK (the silent assistant). Even if she doesn’t look very happy, I swear we had a good time during the whole session 😆 Let’s go on with the last 3. Beuf
I know: we’re almost at the end of the year and I’m still sooo behind. But nothing is lost! I will catch up in a blink (yes, laughing is allowed). Let’s start the “Documentary Photography” month with the theme “At work”. A real Documentary Photography should capture real moments while people are doing things, living […]
I’m not a pro as regards portraits, that’s why I “hired” MoneyK: to train myself, to study the human figure, to understand light. Here’s an attempt with a bare flashlight. I wish you all a wonderful Thursday night. Now I have to set the studio for this afternoon’s meeting (Light Garage – random photography […]
Hi there! The other day I shot this image, then I forgot to upload on the blog (I’m writing this while I tap on my shoulder… “it’s ok, it’s ok”). But let’s go on with the Project. [su_pullquote]Environmental portraits are taken of people in an environment that they live, work, rest, or play in. The […]
Good evening you all! Let’s get (a little) into the Christmas mood with this full length portrait of Money Kino.
Yeee! Hi there! I didn’t post earlier, because I did not want to break with tradition… (I know you don’t believe me, and you’re absolutely right! ) Here we are with a new macro-theme: Portrait. I want to take advantage of this first challenge – “Headshots” – to introduce you to Miss Money Kino**, my […]
This week, the photo took me longer than expected: the theme is challenging, at least for me. Light is fundamental for photography, and understanding it is far more important than learning all other rules: frame a perfect shoot, balance the composition, take care of the rules, control the depth of field, and just don’t care […]