As I told in a previous blog, I'm an eager bird watcher / photographer. Birds are perfect targets for nature photographers, you can find them almost everywhere. Even in big cities, in the closest parks, even in winter (unlike butterflies!) and they are comfortable size - you dont need a macro lense.This time however, I'd like to show you a few furry friends. Some of my successfull wild mammal portraits.This fluffy bunny (Eastern cottontail - Sylvilagus floridanus) was a pro model, eating a... continue reading
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As a photographer, you’ll never stop learning. However, it is sometimes challenging to find new places or new people to learn from. That is doubly true if you're unsure where to find quality photographs. The Internet is filled with websites and galleries that are open to everyone – Flickr.com is one example. Because anyone can post images, you'll soon find that it isn't easy to sift the snapshots and amateur images from the works of art. So where do you turn to advance your knowledge... continue reading
10th nov. 2009, 9:30 pm GMT: the new Roberto Caucino Fine Art Photography web site is on line. Welcome...Travelling around the world through mountains, seas and deserts, I perceived the crucial importance of the preservation of natural environments: the desire to share the beauty of what we risk to destroy prompted me to use the skills acquired during my career as a commercial photographer.I believe that if people saw the beauty that surrounds us they would understand the importance of nature... continue reading
Often I need to be exposed to another artist to get turned back on, and then I'm blissfully lost, again, to these mediums I've chosen to work in (which revealed themselves through another's work, as infinitely translatable). Everything seems possible if only I could take the uninterrupted time that it requires to immerse myself in the meaning of the mediums and the poetry of the meaning. Secret understanding shimmers veiled in the dark corners of my mind.I feel lucky...privileged to be working... continue reading
Today I discovered another feature, that distinguishes between a stock photo and a fine art photo. I was visiting British photographer Nina Ludwig's digital photogallery and just had to stop to look at this photo. It's amazing, how much room there is left for imagination. You can't tell for sure, what you can see in reflections. Are people there, or houses? What is it?That's fantastic. And I like those colors.With stock photography it's all simple and clear. Wysiwyg. No mystery.This is the product:... continue reading
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