Last Friday I had the pleasure to lead a group of local photographers to an excursion in search of some great sunset and night shots. The location we decided upon is called Cala Domestica and is situated a short but breathtaking drive south of the town of Buggerru in Sardinia. The two beaches of Cala Domestica are situated at the end of an inlet […continue]
Greetings from the beautiful island of Sardinia, my native place. The weather has been beautiful and I’m slowly regaining motion of my arm. I’m finally able to lift my camera and press the shutter button again, so that’s a big plus. The sky has been gifting us with some pretty amazing sunsets recently; hopefully there will be a few more before I have to say goodbye. […continue]
My surgery went well, although some of the pain lingers and having some discomfort from not being able to sleep in bed. Hopefully in a few days things will be a lot better as I feel strength to my arm returning every day a bit more. This is all of the typing I can do, for everything else I rely on my Android’s Swype and Dictation.
Next week I’m getting some much needed shoulder surgery and after that I won’t be likely to press the shutter for a while, but hopefully I will be writing some new pieces. I finished the first draft of a new article and it’s now being submitted to a magazine.
I just took a quick trip to New York City and had the chance to take some sunset photos of the new World Trade Center tower coming up. It really is beautiful. I’ll have some photos up soon. The trip was quite inspiring and at one point I sat down on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and wrote a new article […continue]
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Stay tuned for reviews of the Pelican Storm Case i2600, ThinkTankPhoto Flight AT camera roller, Mountainsmith Borealis AT Day Pack, Wacom Intuos5 tablet and Nik Software Silver Efex Pro 2.