The city of Milan (Italy) wore its best dress! Judge it by yourself and have a look at the World exhibition 2015 !
Through rounds and squares
Milano caput mundi
People and food
Business and out of business
Mirror mirror on the gallery …
Pictures shot in Duomo square, Corso and Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Click to enlarge.
The first ARTBorghi photography book (Lorenzo Borghi, photography – Rita de Brito, editing) is now available online! Whether you visited the Aeolian islands (Sicily, Italy) or you are going to, do not miss “Trip to the Aeolian Islands: on Dumas’ footsteps”.
Following the French writer Dumas, who sailed to the Aeolian archipelago in 1835, this book illustrates the islands of Vulcano, Lipari, Salina, Panarea and Stromboli.
Off-the-beaten-path locations, itinerary suggestions, dramatic scenarios and a map to get familiar with the places you might visit soon!
This first edition is a square-format, high-quality paper, professional art-photography book of 70 pages. Each book is numbered. Text in English and Italian.
Now available online on Blurb or by direct contact (and premium deal!) on ARTBorghi.com – click on the post image for a preview online!
Sometimes a wide-angle is needed for seeing the shoulders of giants…
Banana tree (do you see the green bananas?) and spike tree
Tall tree and palms
Not only wood: columns from the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, palm boulevard from the Lisbon Tropical Garden nearby. Pictures shot with Nikon 16-35 mm f/4 on D800. Click to enlarge
Shooting panorama requires sharp lenses and high resolution. A 36 Mpx camera with a 50 mm lens can make the trick. The pictures below are 100% crops of the first picture, the full panorama . Enjoy Lisbon from the terrace of Santa Justa.
Click to open in a new window and click again to zoom in the 9 MB panorama to enjoy its 17,000 px width.
São Jorge Castle (middle-top crop)
Rossio Square (bottom-left crop)
Figueira Square (middle-left crop)
Pictures shot with Nikon D800 + 50 mm f/5.6