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D800’s sense of snow: whitest Season’s greetings to everyone!

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Having my D800 for the first time on the ski slopes made me really appreciate this camera. I could not realize before how few were the “whites” present in my pictures. And how cool is to capture the moon light on white mountains, even without tripod. Last but not least, how easy is to shoot with a point-and-click reflex thanks to the (almost) never disappointing AF (at least after it was – almost – repaired). Enjoy our flickr album on white Andermatt (CH) 2012: click here!

Torino winter nights: time to explore the city of “Profondo Rosso”

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I spent a couple of days in Torino and I was lucky being there just before Christmas, when cold nights and empty streets give a mysterious look to this imperial city.

Explore it during dinner time, get lost in its desert city centre and finish the night in one of its pompous coffee shops. Or find yourself by chance in one of the scariest location of the best Italian horror movie : Deep Red, aka Profondo Rosso, by Dario Argento

Find such location among the pictures I shot there (CLICK HERE to open our Turin flickr.com set) … or watch the full Deep Red movie here to get some hints at 14:20 …

The blog picture was shot on Richi Ferrero’s light installation

Best time for night photography in Zurich: Christmas!

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Christmas time is best time for shooting wonderful pictures: magic lights, nice feelings .. and especially no need to wake up before dawn to take the “only good light of the day” (professionals love to say this) … And Zurich (Switzerland) is probably one of the best places for shooting Christmas pictures. Maybe because of the old buildings of the centre, or the warm lights in the narrow streets, or Santa Claus driving his tram across the city …  Enjoy them in the first artborghi picture set on flickr.com.

reportage – xmas with father frost

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