Wednesday, 25 May 2011
We planned a "full-immersion" photo-session in one amazing park in Rome. Everything wad ready, cameras, batteries were fully charged, all the stuff was ready, backstage shootings and model (Martina) included.
But "Giove pluvio" was not with us and wind and rain destroyed all our schedule: all the day long at home :(
And here comes the idea: take the chairs upstairs, remove the furniture, move the table from here there, prepare Martina and then have fun with all the post-it.
And this is how the "Ultimate Indubitable Question" was born.
Sunday, 23 January 2011
I sent a video to the editorial staff of "Fotografare", the best-seller Italian photographic magazine.
By the way, the video is this one: http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=IG8FIkwXVGU
Well, they contacted me a few days after and we arranged a thing: not the "usual" portfolio, but a six pages article about the "how the image is born and how is made". A sort of backstage.
The article, written by Lorenzo Abbate, has been published on the January 2011 issue.
Very interesting for me, also because it is the very first time that I explain my "backstage" techniques.
Sunday, 5 December 2010
The man standing in front of the forthcoming future.
It is not a dark or uncertain future, there is light, limpid sky, a convergence of hopes.
But he's leaving the magic world of his childhood. The miracles are over and the sound of lullabies is vanishing below the new noise rising in the background.
Made in Kefalonia, wonderful Greek island in 2010. By the way, in the water there were a lots of little crabs and (SIGH!) I suffer from arachnophobia. Not a pleasant situation.
Friday, 3 December 2010
It is a brand new photographic and, more generally, visual-art magazine. Written in both English and Italian.
I like it: it is fresh, new, well designed and, more important, full of interesting contents coming from the "normal authors", people coming from the web and not picked up from Galleries and promoted by the market or by the "art academies".
It has a normal paper (recycled paper) version (four issues a year) and a web version (one issue a month).
I encourage you to give a glance to the magazine site.
Zefram photography as video-track of the Floyd's masterpiece "Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun".
Other words are not worth.