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THE SICILY OF AN EDITOR, IN STILL IMAGES – Enzo Sellerio, neorealist photographer and poet of disenchantment

A concrete commitment, as part of the Sicilian reality after World War II. Among his publications are books about traditional Sicilian artifacts. His black-and-white photographs depicted public aspects of Sicilian life. There is the world seen from Sicily in his photographic shots, where he captured the wonderful images of the small streets of Palermo, where the children of Kalsa with …

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THE LAND OF SIENA, WITH THE EYES OF A PHOTOGRAPHER – Stefano Vigni, long-term documentary photography and reportage projects

Stimulate imagination, through vision of reality All around the stench, the churches of San Domenico and Santa Maria dei Servi, but also small streets full of shops, where you can taste the Sienese cantucci, obviously accompanied by a good glass of Vin Santo. Looking for shops with cheaper leather goods, go to Via delle Terme, where at number 20 and …

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YOUR CHIANTI PHOTO TOUR, WITH A PROFESSIONAL TOUCH – Stefano Caporali, the adventure of a professional photographer

When Siena and San Gimignano become your photo tour The best places to photograph in Tuscany https://www.tuscany-photo.com/, between myths and beauties, offer you a huge option. Here are places of art and panoramas of extraordinary beauty, which you can frame and capture with your camera at any time of the year. You can start from the beautiful landscapes of the …

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ENIGMATIC PRESENCES, INSIDE A SILENT UNIVERSE – Riccardo Moncalvo and witness of the ‘900 Industrial Turin

Faceless figures Among the most beautiful squares in the city, there is Piazza Castello, but also the royal palace and Palazzo Madama are jewels that you can photograph. Another square in Turin is Piazza Vittorio Veneto, right on the edge of the Po River. Near the Egyptian Museum https://museoegizio.it/, you will find the building that in the nineteenth century was …

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AROUND WEDDINGS, PORTRAITS & STREETS – Ugo Baldassarre, the ability to go beyond photography

When writing with light is to say something through images Visiting Parma is a great experience, but do not forget that its historic center deserves a full day of exploration, in search of Palazzo della Pilotta and Duomo, Baptistery, Basilica of Santa Maria della Steccata, Farnese Theater and National Gallery. Also Teatro Regio, Palazzo del Governatore and Castello dei Burattini …

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A SMALL LABORATORY, THE BIRTH OF A MYTH – Fratelli Alinari Firenze: a photographic company that still performs nineteenth-century printing techniques

The oldest company in the world operating in the field of photography Thanks to its iconographic heritage, in memory of your visit to Florence, the Fratelli Alinari https://www.alinari.it/it/prodotti offers a wide range of products for sale. We have chosen a 55-euro photographic print, a 20-euro art print and a 20.50-euro book (At the origins of photography / A Tuscan itinerary, …

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IN THE LIGHT OF THE FACTS – Mauro Galligani, the storyteller photographer

Where an event happens The right camera to start taking photos is a reflex (compact, bridge or omirrorless), because it is convenient to carry around. In the SLR camera https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-lens_reflex_camera, you can change the lenses. You can buy your first reflex used, because you save and the quality remains the same. If you want to learn to identify and photograph …

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