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Train your vision

When I'm wandering around I really like to relax by taking some photos of the natural environment seeking more items to enclose in the same frame and trying to get cute results from an aesthetic point of view.

In this sense, a walk to the sea-side offers several ideas, the important thing is to have a bit of ...observing curiosity!

Photo of the month: January


Start this 2015 posting a photo of a recent photographic trip with friends.  

I think it fully represents the beginning of a new adventure in this brand new 2015.

Happy New Year to all my followers! :-)

Happy Holidays!


As 2014 is coming to an end and we look toward the new year, I wanted to take a moment to wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season!

I shall do so in the universal language of... JPEGs!


See you in 2015!

Panoramic snaps

Small picturesque seaside village of Lerici, Liguria - Italy
Panoramic pictures always fascinate me. It is a wonderful gift from the digital era and you can find software that makes the stiching process very easy. Or, if you prefer, you can use the built-in function in your iPhone.
I love taking panoramic pictures because of the details, the sense of vastness and the wide perspective that gives out especially when you have a breathtaking landscape.

With all other subjects, can be also a different way to present a classic postcard shot into an...extended one! :-)

Photo of the month: November


After Genoa, Florence, Milan, Bologna, Naples and some European cities such as London and Paris, the famous street artist Clet Abraham arrived in my hometown Parma, where, thanks to simple stencils stickers - has redesigned the look of the signs in some streets of the city center.

Using stencil adhesive has a positive value because the purpose is not to destroy the functionality of the object, but rethink, through a simple act of street art, the meaning of road signs - often bans - which are the symbol of authority and power.

Premonitory clouds...


A few days ago, at sunset, some spectacular mammatus clouds formed in the sky, gloomy and dark at times, but extraordinarily fascinating and suggestive.

The "mammatus" clouds are typical of the more intense storms and take place when the air is very humid in the lower layers and a storm will form in the afternoon in the inland areas and at high altitudes, without too much wind.

Too bad that they were clouds announcing the floods that would have occurred a few days later near here where I live....

About this blog

My photographic diary on the road of life.

A place for me to showcase new works, for some news and some thoughts - but not too many.
Come and see more images on my website and feel free to contact me: mattia[at]eyesimages.com
I will reply ASAP.

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"If there isn't a day without me doing something related to photography, its as if I never actually woke up..."
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My ladies J. & A. My lab Jasper. Photography. iMac. Colors. iPhone. Black&White. Cross Processing. Nik Multimedia. Canon. Reading my iPad. Movies. Knowledge. Snow. Sunsets. Sunrises. Capturing that perfect moment. Bruce Springsteen. Rosè Wine. Beer. Sushi and Wasabi. My BMW XDrive. The good old 80s. Hipstamatic. Elvis Presley. Travels. BBQ. Country & Blues. USA. Seattle. Instagram. Alternative music. Planes. Apps. Crème Brulée. MTB. Provence. National Geographic. FOX Crime. Chicken Wings and BBQ sauce.

Currently shooting with...

CANON EOS 5D
CANON EF 17-40 mm f/4 L
CANON EF 70-200 mm f/4 L
TAMRON 90 mm f/2.8 MACRO

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Olympus OM-D E-M1
Panasonic G Vario 7-14 mm f/4

Panasonic G Vario 14-140 mm f/3.5-5.6
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17 mm f/1.8

Panasonic DG Macro-Elmarit 45 mm f/2.8

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iPhone 5S