In praise of black and white photography

There are many phrases already spoken about black and white photography, but this one by Robert Frank summarizes and symbolizes everything for me:
“Black and white are the colors of photography, which symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.” Continue reading

Images of a profound Brazil that I miss so much

A feeling that has been on me for the last months: ‘feeling of a profound Brazil’.

These are images of people, customs of life (personal and collective), beautiful untouched rural landscapes or small-scale farming, all very authentic, where men and women work hard day by day and live a simple life far from the sophistication of famous urban and industrial centers. Not surprisingly, they are first and foremost very happy.
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“Embraced by the light” or “Why I love black and white photography”

This post was set up in celebration of my first anniversary of my first post on my WordPress site. Done exactly on December 1, 2018. In it I will try to express a very peculiar feeling that occurs when shooting and I hope you feel like me: feel embraced by the light. Blessed by the light. Purified by the light. Continue reading

Multiple Subject Photography: A Brain Storming Exercise

Multi-subject photography may be the most complex language of photography in existence. The literature shows us that there are great masters in this photographic technique (see at the end a citation of great blog on the theme). Continue reading

Black & White Landscapes: Magic and Beauty of Nature

Black and white photography is a photographic aesthetic that I use as a personal choice, not for aesthetics per se, but simply because I love it. Simply because shooting in monochrome allows me to get images that mirror my view of the world, the things I think, the things I like, what my life experience has taught me. This choice allows me to represent in my photographs my reality of the world and the things in it. Continue reading