I like photographs where there are likeness, not only in a direct way but also in different conjugations. You know that I’m stingy with words…so a picture is worth a thousand words….so please see the following examples 🙂 In this pictures the likeness & similarities are clear: I insert some highlightsto indicate what captured my attention.
I have always my camera with me…so, when I saw this pretty girl, I asked her to pose for me. She was reading a book and I liked the light on her face ( the light was reflected by the white pages of the book ).
I hope to be in time to partecipate to the weekly photo challenge Graceful 🙂 🙂
The criminal always returns to the scene of the crime…and I return a lot of time in the same place..but in different season, in different time… The place is always different…as the editing is different. OK, I love this place: the Walls of the city of Lucca ( Italy).
My favourite kind of photography is “Street-Photography” and in this type we can find a great variety of photos: serious, documentary, humour, architectural, portraits… in the streets we can find a Universe! I like funny situations…so here you can find what I saw in the streets of my city: Lucca. I didn’t build ( create ) “fake” situations: in my snapshots there are only real scenes. In a next post I’ll describe my Street-photo tecnique.
On sunday I meet with my friends, we chat and we take photos. Below you can see my friends in action! In a little space there are a lot of interesting things 🙂
Who did say that men are not Saints?
I waited a lot of time in front of the fountain….until here comes a guy ( I pre-visualised this scene in my mind, so I decided to wait )
The translation of “Cicciotto” is “Chubby man” ( I have always a compact camera with me! I cannot lost a picture. )
Undecided girl: “All these toilets are the same..which toilet should I choose?” ( or all of them are occupied! )
Filters or not Filters, that is the question: Whether ’tis Nobler in the mind to suffer The Aperture and Shutter Speed of outrageous Fortune, Or to take Filters against an Exposure Settings of troubles, And by opposing end them: a risk to not take a photo…
Below a JPEG directly from my Olympus OMD-EM5 camera:
Below the same picture usingDrama Filter directly from my Olympus OMD-EM5 camera:
One picture is not “better” than the other one… It only dependes on what you want to achieve: an artistic picture? An easy “wow” 🙂 .. or .. a “normal” typical autumn day, a good colourful ( but standard ) image of your city? It’s up to you! Today there are Filters on all cameras…so why don’t use them?