The more I take photographs the happier I am. Every time I click the shutter and take a photo, I feel alive. I think there is an impulse that comes from the inside (maybe it is in my DNA) that drives me to make photographs.
Urban landscape is taking photographs of something urban.
I find it fascinating to photograph the urban environment because to me, urban landscape offer a critique, or a reflection on society. It’s a way to capture the fake environment that humans have created.
Lately I was looking at my old street photographs and remembered the first times I was on the streets and how many times I was searching for good tips. Here are some tips I would give to myself:
The more I take photographs, the happier I am. Lately I’ve rediscovered my passion for shooting everything, everyday, like when I was a little child who received his first digital camera as a Christmas present.
Here are four principles I use to shoot more:
Beauty is everywhere and street photography is finding beauty in the commons things of everyday life too.
I think that to be a better street photographer I must be faster by shooting. What I mean is that, while shooting on the streets, I must think less and be more intuitive.
I’ve just arrived in Germany where I will spend my Christmas holidays with my grandparents. Here I feel at home (despite my home is in South Italy). Here I can leave all my problems at home and can really mediate on my life.
A list of five things I would tell myself if I started shooting street photography all over again.
Lately I’m trying to find a more meaningful aspect in my photography. I’m trying to capture what is inside me, I’m trying to capture my mood, my feelings, I shoot myself and I shoot for myself.
Most street photographers think that street photography is only allowed to be shot in black and white.
But since I started shooting street photography I’ve used to shot it in color