Abruzzo Road Trip: Campo Imperatore

If you ever happen to be in Abruzzo, make sure you do not miss a visit to Campo Imperatore, a high plateau between between L’Aquila and Teramo. Sometimes called the Little Tibet of Italy, it is here where Italy is as outdoorsy as it gets south of the Alps.

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Abruzzo Road Trip: Castel Del Monte

One of the pluses of exploring one of Italy’s less popular regions is that there are actually places that you can have all to yourself. And I am not talking of smallish squares or neighborhoods with no charm whatsoever. I am talking about entire villages and towns that would be overrun by tourists if they […]

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Contact Sheets: Sagrada Familia

A photograph is more than just a documentation. It is the photographer who creates an image by working with light and composition, and also by choosing which image to show to the rest of the world. Today, we want to decompose an image of the Sagrada Familia that I took in January 2014.

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Tech of the month: White Balance

This month, I want to work on getting the color cast of my images right from the start, and as always, I invite you to learn with me. Go to the end of this post to read how you can participate in this month’s photo blogging event. The event is open to any type of […]

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Unsolicited advice: Book, eBook or PDF?

That travel guide that was so much fun to leaf through at home may easily become your biggest burden once you are on the road. Tearing out the pages you do not need anymore is one solution. Choosing a travel guide in an electronic format maybe a less heartbreaking one. But which format is best […]

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