“Still Life”: fun silhouettes of human and animal figures

In my entire life, nature photography (animals, trees, leaves, flowers, landscapes, etc.) has always been present. But, today I want to show something more unusual about nature. Continue reading ““Still Life”: fun silhouettes of human and animal figures”

—- o Porto de Santos e a chuva—-

——- 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 to the photographer via WhatsApp on October 14, 2016.

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“The window of my studio” by Josef Sudek (1986-1976) (text written on July 24/2017) (texto em português ao final)

Maybe I shouldn’t start this post by inviting you to read it in full…..But, you will see that the subject treated in it is extremely topical given that it has everything to do with this condition of social distance (I would even dare to say, of social seclusion) that the world lives in these times of COVID-19.  TEXTO EM PORTUGUÊS AO FINAL. Continue reading ““The window of my studio” by Josef Sudek (1986-1976) (text written on July 24/2017) (texto em português ao final)”

“Photography is an expression of those (one’s) desires” – daido moriyama. 2012.

Life passes. Time is an inexorable, inflexible, relentless variable. And for many reasons – I couldn’t say which ones, but I don’t think I’m interested in knowing – they end up thinking that when they reach ‘adulthood’ (really old age) they are not able to produce things (anything, coming from any work) and that only he who is in his full ‘minority’ (read youth) is able to produce. Continue reading ““Photography is an expression of those (one’s) desires” – daido moriyama. 2012.”

Amazon in Black & White

Here are some shots of the Amazon (Manaus, Belém and Ilha de Marajó) taken in April 2012. I am suspicious in saying this because I love black & white photography. But, the strength of black & white is apparent, even though they are photographs of a region where there is a lot of color. Continue reading “Amazon in Black & White”