A backyard floor recently renewed has the trace of the tires and the cars which passed there. An image about randomness, repetitive patterns and abstractionism. Something different from the daily usual experience, especially because it’s under the sight of everyone.
NIKON D40X (200mm, f/5.6, 1/400 sec, ISO100)
… did I already told that the rape flowers are yellow? Well, anyway looks that rape flowers are really yellow! These strongly colored patch among other cultures are a real sign that spring is really started. After a long, cold and dark winter, together to better temperatures it’s a really pleasure to search for some interesting pattern to shoot.
NIKON D40X (18mm, f/5.6, 1/125 sec, ISO100)
Walking in Turin, I passed by chance under the tallest (as for today) private building of the town. Of course it’s small if compared with other skyscrapers (this has 19 floors and is 109 m. high, built in 1931), anyway it stretch skywards if compared with the surrounding blocks. It’s tall enough to play with geometry lines when an image is shooted close and below.
NIKON D40X (38mm, f/4.5, 1/40 sec, ISO100)
Flying over the Alps, coming back home in the evening, I noticed the clouds below moved by strong winds in many waves, following the orography of the mountains. I found interesting this effect, especially if compared with the clear sky over them. I choose to use black and white because it stress the attention to the wave shapes.
Update: this image has been one of the 15 most popular pictures in the weekly themes by VFXY for the July 24, 2009 week, when the theme was “Null or Empty”
It was a uncertain a day with uncertain weather. SometiNIKON D40X (65mm, f/5, 1/400 sec, ISO100)
mes the sun won, sometimes not. I was looking at the sky often to check what was going to happen. Looking at this corrugated iron rooftp (underneath it there are cooling equipments) I was thinking that, maybe, isolating it from other building parts, just keeping it and the sky, could be a good idea. So I took the photo, and this image is the result, quite surreal. I’m almost sure that most viewers first impression is“what he hell is this?”, and yes, this is what happens when you concentrate the image just on a small part of what is in front of you. Without this “extreme” framing I believe that nobody (me first) was noticing that strange metal roof coverage. Technically speaking, I tried with several tricks to avoid the Moiré effect, but with very little results, so I leaved it as is.