• The journey of the wildlife photographer

    We are at the 51st edition of the "Wildlife Photographer of the Year", which is annually held and hosted by the Natural History Museum of London: an unmissable event for those who love nature photography and travel in some of the wildest places on earth. The prestige of this event is confirmed by the entries that arrive each year from Continue Reading...

  • 10 tips for landscape photography

    Light is the key to everything The light makes the difference on everything. The same place can be sloppy or epic depending on how the light illuminates the scene. This means to wait for the climate to change, the clouds to move, the rain to stop. This could mean several hours waiting for a glimmer of light that makes the Continue Reading...

  • Travel photography: tips and gear

    A Travel Blogger is a professional that is overall able to narrate people and places through words, pictures and videos. This article is the first in a series in which we want to give some suggestions to those who want to get good photographic results both from a technical and narrative point of view during their travels. GEAR The advent Continue Reading...

  • GoPro and The City contest

    GoPro is always with us, faithful companion of our travels. Thanks to her, we can give a new perspective to places, movement to things. We love her generous eye, the full embrace that she gives to spaces. We love her breathless point of view. For this reason we wanted to participate to the GoPro and the City contest: for us Continue Reading...

  • Our daily life on Instagram

    Like everyone who’s thirsty for beauty, we don’t want to get used to it. We continuously look for corners and moments to capture, also in the place where we live and along the routes we do every day, in the Po Valley that gave us birth and has preserved very little of its environmental identity and its healthy rural heritage. Continue Reading...

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  • Trip to Bruges, gem of the Flanders

    Taking a trip to Bruges means to enter the enchanted world of Flanders, made of redstone houses and romantic canals, small breweries and candy shops. The streets resound with the trotting horses pulling carriages for tourists, the alleys smell of chocolate and sugar. During the day, the air of Bruges...