“The camera sees more than the eye, so why not make use of it?” – Edward Weston

“The camera sees more than the eye, so why not make use of it?” – Edward Weston

“The fun thing about photography— augmenting our vision and reality” – Eric Kim

Wise words from Weston and Kim.
Thinking seriously about them, I reviewed these three photographs I made a long time ago. Continue reading ““The camera sees more than the eye, so why not make use of it?” – Edward Weston”

“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”

The Blue World

“The world is blue at its edges and in its depth…For many years, I have been moved by the blues at the far edge of what can be seen, that color of horizon, of remote mountain ranges, of anything far away. The color of that distance is the color of an emotion, the color of solitude and of desire, the color of there seen from here, the color of where you are not. And the color of where you can never go. For the blue is not the place those miles away at the horizon…Blue is the color of longing for the distances you never arrive in, for the blue world.” (Lisa Elmalech) Continue reading “The Blue World”

Black & White landscapes: the beauty of the rocky vegetation of Serra da Canastra (Brazil)

I have a real fascination for mountains and their unique rocky vegetation. I feel that black & white photography is the best way to express how I see this incredibly wonderful ecosystem of Serra da Canastra (Minas Gerais state, SE Brazil). Continue reading “Black & White landscapes: the beauty of the rocky vegetation of Serra da Canastra (Brazil)”

Monochrome or color landscapes?

I always thought that extremely multi-colored landscapes – like the ones I recently photographed in Jujuy and Salta provinces, Northwest Argentina – should only be photographed and published in some way in color. But the results I have obtained in black and white have delighted me. Continue reading “Monochrome or color landscapes?”