Writing a X-Pro2 review (or Xpro2 review, as you prefer) is a challenge. Out there on the web it’s plenty of beautiful technical reviews about this camera: pixel peeping, comparisons, dynamic range test, sharpness tests, sensor evaluation, you can find everything you need for an “on-paper” assessment of this wonderful mirrorless. That’s exactly what I DO […]
I really love to read your comments and there’s one of them that really impressed me: it starts with “Lazy ass!“. Me?
I hate writing reviews about technical gear, cameras and lenses, but a lot of people ask me me hints about which lens is better for telling stories of their life. Today I’m going to review the small Fujifilm XF 18mm F/2.
We all look around for interesting subject to shoot photograph to. Beautiful places, beautiful animals, beautiful models, beautiful street stories. But just think for a moment at the day you will die. I know, it’s a quite dramatic image. But just think for a moment about that last moment: your last day on earth. What […]
First of all, I’m going to answer a question many students ask me: “how can I take photographs like Henry Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa or Izis Bidermanas?” The answer is quite simple:
Dear friend, Jim Richardson used to say “If you want to be a better photographer, stand in front of more interesting stuff” and I really used to act like that. In the beginning of my career I used to spend nights and nights around, through Milan and other cities, just to find out good stuff for […]