Here is Title, Poster and Description of My New Series!

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[Ecco titolo, poster e descrizione del mio nuovo progetto: in basso la versione in italiano]

[ENG] We all carry within us the title of a film, a movie that has marked our memories and which, in some way, defines us. If it’s true that a photographic portrait can tell a lot, even more can tell the film we are more attached to. The goal of this project is to tell the people portrayed through the cinema, through a film that can define them, thus revealing a piece of their soul: as the “book people” of Fahrenheit 451 preserved the memory of the books, in the same way my series, FILM PEOPLE, wants to link every person to the film of his life.

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February 2019

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Hi everybody! Sorry for being far from the blog in the last month, I was really busy with a new, exciting, project: I’ve been every week in a small town in the middle of Italy to teach photography to 15 students of the middle school: it’s been one of the most beautiful experience of my life as a photographer and in the next days I’ll show you some shoots realized by my students, they are stunning. As always I’m going to post my best 10 street photos of this month. I didn’t take a lot of pictures in February, but that’s it.

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Best of 2018

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Here we are. 2018 is almost gone: for me this is the moment to look back and see what I did. It’s been a very good year for me: Sicily, London, Naples (two times), an artistic residence on a cruise and a lot of other little nice things. I tried to choose the 30 best street photos I did this year, I don’t know if I did a good selection, but here they are.

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October 2018

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In October I didn’t take many street photos because the first week of the month I had to set my exhibition “Raindrop Blues”, the second week I’ve got the fever, the last two weeks I was attending Rome Film Fest, so… It’s not easy to find my best 10 street photos of the month, but let’s try, even though ALL the images are taken at the Film Festival. November will be better, for sure.

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September 2018

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Hi everybody. Just a little update before showing you my monthly selection with the 10 best photos I’ve taken in September. Well, I’ve been in London to realize a new set of Urban Melodies (you can watch some of them on my FB page or Instagram). Then I had to work a lot for my upcoming exhibition and for some commissioned works. So it’s explained my lack of presence on this blog, I’m really sorry. I’d like to post more constantly, but time is really a issue. By the way, London was amazing. Well, here my 10 best street photos of September, hope you’ll like them.

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June 2018

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Summer has come, usually June for me is a very lazy month, I really need to recharge the batteries so I’m just waiting for my holiday in July. Furthermore, I must admit it, World Cup doesn’t help. So, this is the reason for my lack of photography in this month. It’s been hard to choose 10 decent street photos to show you in this feature, but this is the “best” I did in June…

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Travel Photography by Callie Eh

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It’s monday. The best way to begin a new week is watching a breathless gallery of beautiful pictures. Today I want to introduce you a great travel photographer, Callie Eh, from Malaysia: “I got my first DSRL 2008 and started taking photos during my travel. While I always enjoyed capturing the special moments but for me becoming a photographer is not something I have planned in the first place. I knew that i felt passionate about it but never take it really seriously, well not until 2015  when I came to Poland by chance of coincidence I met G coffee Company owner Gaston Sitbon, he seemed to really love my photographs and would love exhibit my photos at his cafe, since then the passion of photography is growing intensely. My passion for photography has changed my view of the world. I travel to different countries, and document my exploration through my camera. I love to photograph human interest and cultural of people. My goal is to show people with my photos that can warm their heart and the same feeling that I have brought to the photograph”.

So let’s warm your heart too and enjoy this beautiful gallery. Thank you Callie!

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