Green Is The Colour

Being already content with the pictures made with Helios-44M lens on the Canon DSLR, I wasn’t expecting to see the surprising results I had with the same lens on the Fuji X-T20.

The level of details and smoothness are amazing. The camera’s manual focus is clever, easy to use and I look forward to use this magic combination more.

While the autumnal colours are still my favourites, the flourishing plants in the garden are a feast for the eyes.

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About Fuji and Changing Mindset

Just over one week ago, I bought a Fuji X-T20.

The main reason for me to switch from an entry level Canon DSLR to a mirrorless and much more expensive camera, was to carry less weight around. After reading the manual and, most of all, articles explaining the experiences and settings of other people, I realised that the little camera would make a deeper change in the way I take and process my pictures.

Soap Bubbles
Soap Bubbles
Last weekend I visited Edinburgh, where I had the chance to see a photo of mine at the Shutter Hub Open exhibition at Retina Festival. The occasion was perfect to try out the new entry.

After some thinking, I’ve decided to make good use of the help the camera can give me: Continue reading “About Fuji and Changing Mindset”

Shutter Hub Open Exhibition 2017 At Retina Photography Festival

I am excited and honoured to announce that my photo The Day I Glimpsed Inside Your Soul will be part of the Shutter Hub Open Exhibition 2017, at the Retina Scottish International Photography Festival.

The Day I Glimpsed Inside Your Soul
The Day I Glimpsed Inside Your Soul
The photo tells the story of thousands of people who walked through the gate of Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Oranienburg, on the outskirts of Berlin.

Sadly, for too many of them it was a one way journey. Others were lucky enough to live through it. My husband’s grandfather was one of them.

He managed to escape from the camp, a few weeks before the Red Army stormed into Berlin. Without looking back, he started the long journey that eventually brought him back home in Italy, after five years of imprisonment.

The photo tells a personal story too, of a grandchild retracing his grandfather’s steps, from the train station through the gate, imagining the horror, the fear, the cold. The chill still painfully palpable.

Both men turned their back to the gate and never looked back, 71 years apart.

The exhibition runs from 1st – 30th of July 2017, in beautiful Edinburgh.

Shutter Hub Open Flyer 2017

ABOUT Shutter Hub

The photography organisation providing opportunities, support and networking for creative photographers worldwide.
http://shutterhub.org.uk

ABOUT REtina Scottish International photography festival

An inclusive festival celebrating the very best pf photography.
http://www.retinafestival.com

ABOUT ME

I’m a UX/UI designer designer based in Cambridge and member of Shutter Hub.

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That Day On The Pier

After almost exactly one year, I’ve been back visiting the Adriatic sea. A series of favourable elements made it a good long week end.

Family, friends, good food, good weather.

Wind, waves, beautiful colours, relax.