… records of industrial architecture, São Carlos, SP-Brazil …
Photographic art has in its product, photographs, the inherent characteristic of two-dimensionality. But, ‘the play of light and shadows, and of colors’ (considered here as a form) gives certain images a three-dimensional character. It is an example of this characteristic that I want to show with one of my photos as a case of ‘anContinue reading “+++abstract+optic+illusion+++”
Forms…there are subtle differences between ‘shapes’ and ‘forms’ in photography: a story told by three sequential photos.
——- the Port of Santos and the rain——– “Great point and counterpoint. Memory and predatory development. In cinematographicall terms there is an Italian neorealism touch given by the bike that appears to have been parked there for a character of one of Vittorio de Sica’s movies”. Photograph reading by Pedro S. Fadini-São Carlos-SP, Brazil. Send toContinue reading “—- o Porto de Santos e a chuva—-“
COVID-19 times have been tough but have provided me with an opportunity, with time and patience, to scan old negatives and color slides that I used so much in my film photography. And, I rediscovered the beauty of the nostalgic and bucolic colors that these films (I used regular 100-200 ASA films from Kodak andContinue reading “Nostalgic and bucolic colors of the old and good color films.”
‘Moriyamando’ is a new series of photographs that I have been working on for the past few days. The name of the series is a pun that I make (and that only makes sense in the Portuguese language) with the name of the great Japanese photographer, Daido Moriyama, whom I admire and draw inspiration fromContinue reading “‘Moriyamando’.”
This is the second series of my photographs that I present in tribute to this great Japanese and world photographer named Daido Moriyama, whom I greatly admire. These photos are from several dates made in the city of São Paulo-SP, Brazil. I do not deny the strong influence I have of the work of MoriyamaContinue reading “DAIDO MORIYAMA INFLUENCES. Series II.”
Revisiting my series of “Colorful little houses of Santa Catarina” photographed on July 2018 at the cities of São Joaquim and Urubici, one of the most beaultiful region in the South of Brasil.
Architecture has always been and will be a great subject for photography. It is one of the oldest types or genres of photography. It has always inspired and will inspire many photographers in the future for many, many years.