In the last days on my Facebook Page I’ve posted that:
Do you have any question for me? About photography or about my pictures? Please write a comment with your question, I’ll reply next week in a special Q&A post on my blog.
Now I propose the same thing in this post: I already have some questions to answer, but I’m waiting for the next ones! So feel free to write me (in italiano, english, français or espanol!).
Last time I was in Naples was in 2009, seven years ago. In the meanwhile in this wonderful italian city something is changed: take a look at this metro station, maybe you can imagine the incredible atmosphere that you can meet there. This wonderful shot, taken by italian photographer Mariateresa Toledo, really made my day. It’s awesome to observe how the deep blue becomes white, through a mosaic. The picture is perfect: look at the stairs, the man on the left, the stunning simmetry: it’s like a launching pad for another planet. This is Scala d’aspetto and it’s a great photo!
After the good success of my series Urban Melodies, I am thinking about a new project of abstract urban photography. I’m trying new ideas and new solutions: the last one is maybe my favorite, that I call “Fragments”. Fragmentalism is a view that holds that the world consists of individual and independent objects. The term contends that the world is indeed composed of separable parts, and that it is chiefly knowable through the study of these component parts, rather than through wholes. I don’t know if this will be my new series, but I’m doing some tests and they satisfy me. They aren’t incredible, but I can see a potential. These are my first tests: do you have some suggests for me?
I definitely love this picture, it really made my day. Can’t stop watching this awesome image, I really like the warm colors in the middle of the composition and the cool ones on the edges. The image make me feel in a sort of strange and lucid dream, where something is happening, and it’s happening right now, but you can’t tell what. The photographer is the turkish artist Merve Erdem. Well done!
reflection (noun) 1. the throwing back by a body or surface of light, heat, or sound without absorbing it. Editor’s Note: “Defined” is an occasional series exploring the definitions of words via photography.–By Leanne Burden Seidel.
I’ve founded on The Big Picture this interesting gallery about reflections, a theme always awesome for pictures and, particularly, for street photography. As always, all the images belong to their rightful owners.
Tadashi Onishi is a japanese photographer. Through his pictures in black and white, high-contrasted, he reveals the dialogue between daily life, design and architecture, in very different and interesting ways. His Tokyo seems to be full of patterns, and he’s like someone that can see something where everybody else can’t. Tadashi plays with lights and shadows, hats, umbrellas, t-shirts or pedestrian crossings, and he shows to us his Zebra the City. Enjoy this very beautiful gallery!
Hi! I’m back in Rome from my deserved holidays, ready to begin a new year of work, a new year of pictures, a new year also with you. This year I hope to update my blog constantly, in order to have an open door to exchange with you opinions and comments about photography. Well, let’s start this new era of “Living Easy” with an outstanding gallery from Olympics Games in Rio. All pictures were taken in the first days of the Games (and, as usual, all the images belong to their respective owners).
What a beautiful shot! I really love the lights of cinemas at night. This charming place is in Miami, and the photographer is the french Fabrice Pierre. I love the mood of the scene, the neon lights reminds me a scene from a Nicolas Winding Refn movie. And what about the planning? Lars Von Trier, Wes Anderson… And there is also Marilyn Monroe! Yes, I definitely love Tropic Cinema!
Photo of the day today comes from Norway. The photographer is the talented Agnès Lapin, that with this picture show us a beautiful use of the silhouettes. I really love this image, with these shadows waiting for something (maybe a bus?), beared by the sun. Great photo!
Do you remember my project Roma Coast to Coast? I walked for 21 km last year and for another 21 km last month (along all the stations of the roman underground, Line A and Line B). Well, Line B has a little ramification with other four stations, so I walked again, but only for 5 km, to take new pictures and complete my project. You can find all the pictures of this project on my Facebook page Alessio Trerotoli Photographer, but here you can take a look at a little selection.