Author: Andrea Monti

Yet Another Dawn

Yet Another Dawn Picture. There is a snobbish attitude among “real-photographer” (those tough guys that know all about cameras, lenses, optics, chemistry, physics, hardware, software, journalism, fine-art, landscape, portrait and, finally, Leica – and that barely shot a frame or two once at year) that photo like this one shouldn’t be taken at all. If…

By Andrea Monti December 30, 2012 Off

My first shot (with purpose)

This is the very first shot I did with the purpose of “taking a photo”. I didn’t actually know how to control the camera. So, instead of spend my time reading the manual, I decided to try the camera into the wild. Learn-by-doing has always been tough in the world of pictures since the cost…

By Andrea Monti December 22, 2012 Off

Has street-photography a limit?

Chasing the captain is a series of shots made in Venice (Italy) by Yanick Delafoge, a very good street-photographer whose website I visit almost daily. Chasing the captain is accompanied by an explanation of the circumstances that led to the shots and based on the assumption that the subject was, indeed, a Navy Officer. Thus,…

By Andrea Monti December 19, 2012 Off