I hate writing reviews about technical gear, cameras, and lenses, but a lot of people ask me hints about which lens is better for telling stories of their lives. Today I’m going to review the small Fujifilm XF 18mm F/2.
Honour your life shooting photos of the people you love
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 […]
10 tips to make your life photography more personal
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:
Mirror your life in your photography
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. At the beginning of my career, I used to spend nights and nights around, through Milan and other cities, just to find out the good stuff […]
How I’ve been shooting the 170.000 photos I never shot before.
I’m not an experienced “20 years on the field” photographer. I teach photography, but I am a just born life photography baby. But I always wished since I was a child, to have a small camera in my eyes. This way I could have shown other people all the things I was seeing. I was […]
The Life Photography still on work… Dear reader…I’m just finishing some work here in North Italy and moving to a new house. I know, who cares? You see this “the-life-photography” very ambitious domain and you’re probably