Follow me: my new photo blog is online

A few weeks ago I started a new online adventure in the form of a photo portfolio. At the very beginning I just wanted to have all of my best pictures on the same website but then I started publishing content on a regular basis and I realised that having a focused topic was helpingContinue reading “Follow me: my new photo blog is online”

Don’t get screwed over

“Don’t get screwed over” is a very nice social experiment to raise awareness on working with legal papers when freelancing. These people were engaged promising to be payed five dollars for their drawings. But then the payment was refused because the result was not good enough. The reactions are very interesting. Enjoy the video andContinue reading “Don’t get screwed over”

My first day of street photography in Singapore

I landed yesterday in Singapore to visit my friends Lisa and Simone. I’ll be here for a week and beside my job I will spend a lot of time taking pictures in the street. Today was my first day and I went to Chinatown. In a few hours I found out three things about thisContinue reading “My first day of street photography in Singapore”

Social Photography: dalla Polaroid a Instagram – Ravenna, Liceo Artistico, 14 aprile 2012 h11.00

Sono molto felice di essere stato coinvolto in un progetto di Gerardo Lamattina che mi avrà come protagonista il prossimo sabato 14 aprile 2012 a Ravenna. Presenterò una lezione dal titolo “Social Photograhy, dalla Polaroid a Instagram” esplorando le nuove frontiere della fotografia nella sua accezione di oggetto sociale. Social Photography, dalla Polaroid a InstagramContinue reading “Social Photography: dalla Polaroid a Instagram – Ravenna, Liceo Artistico, 14 aprile 2012 h11.00”

Three golden tips on street photography by Eric Kim

Yesterday, Eric Kim, one of my favourite international street photographers, published a list of 102 thing he learned about street photography. The three following ones are my favorites: 21. Post-processing your images digitally should never take more than a minute Spend more time shooting rather than working on photoshop. Save your post-processing skills for yourContinue reading “Three golden tips on street photography by Eric Kim”