it’s been a while. Unfortunately, I thought I have much more time to dedicate to my blog, but this is it when you go to the University! eheh…
I would like to tell you a lot about my past travel experience, I promise I will keep this blog more updated, from time to time. Now I am a PhD student and my free time is even less, argh.
Good Morning ! 🙂
I finally start writing my section called “Basic Tips” ! In this section I’ll post about some suggestions to improve our skills, compositions, etc.., in digital photography. I’ve already talked about this idea in About.
You can easily reach all these types of post by clicking on the box ” Basic Tips” in the menu situated in the upper part of my home page.
So! In this first post, I would like to talk you about the famous and known-by-all “Rule Of Thirds”.
Premise: I don’t like rules.. I reckon photography is art and everyone can play with light, compositions, exposure of all kind. Therefore, I reckon one should not follow the rules strictly ! As the name say, these are tips.. 😉
What is the rule of thirds??
Hi to everyone! 🙂
In this post I would like to talk you about bridges! I’ve always thought bridges were fascinating objects, they always inspire me to shoot pictures.
I like them for many reasons ! First of all, I like their purpose 😀 it seem strange but that’s it: it’s a great invention! and, at the beginning, man had created bridges not for beauty or amusement, but to go through obstacles !
Ok, I’ll come off it! I start posting some pictures 😀 Here the first is:
Brooklyn Bridge from below. Freeeeezing day.