Taking pictures of bands has always been my aim and one of the things that introduced me to serious photography back in 2002. I love it as much as playing guitar in my band. So, when your band is approaching the release of a new record you know that it’s time to enter the photo studio and stand on the set… on the other side of the camera. And here’s what happened: Linterno, the band I play in, is going to publish its second full length and needed the pictures for both the booklet and the press pack. We had an whole (october) afternoon to shoot and posed both in the studio and its premises (railways, gardens, suburbs…). Luckily my wife, Marjana, is a brilliant assistant and allowed us to work fast by checking every picture and shooting at the right moment. Here’s a classical picture.
Come vi ho sempre detto, Google Maps Business View è un modo per attrarre le persone, incuriosirle e portarle allo stato di “ci sono già stato: mi è familiare”, capace di trasformare una attività sconosciuta in una da abitué. C’è però chi ha pensato di forzare un po la cosa, portando la gente ad una […]
Those who are subscribers of an Adobe Creative Cloud will definitely know Behance (here my profile) and have surely played around, or actually created their website on their Prosite platform(click here to see my former website). Although it had several limitations, its ability to sync Projects (and the “Work in Progress” that most Creatives love) straight from your Behance […]
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