Il giorno 7 Maggio 2017 dalle h10.00 alle h17.00 terro’ un corso di approfondimento sulla post-produzione, con un focus speciale sul programma Adobe Lightroom CC. Spieghero’ il mio flusso di lavoro e svolgero’ la post-produzione di alcune immagini sia a colori che in bianco e nero, spiegando le tecniche che uso ma soprattutto i ragionamenti e la visione alla base degli interventi. Vi aspetto in via Stresa 13, Milano, presso la sede dell’associazione Radicediunopercento. Potete trovare maggiori informazioni qui.
Some of my black and white images of African wildlife are featured in a beautiful portfolio on the Africa Geographic magazine’s website. Additionally, my black and white images are featured in the Africa Geographic Yearbook 2015, including my portrait of Tim, the giant tusker from Amboseli on the cover. The Yearbook can be purchased here.
I am happy to be back in London for two more presentations of the book Light and Dust.
First one will be on November 29th 2016 at h6.00pm at the Bank of America (2 King Edward Street, EC1A 1HQ, London – admission 15£).
The second one will be at the Ealing & Hampshire House Photographic Society (Ealing Town Hall, New Broadway, Ealing W5 2BY), on December 1st 2016 at h9.00pm.
Remembering Elephants is a wonderful charity photographic book on African Elephants featuring images from 65 of the world’s best wildlife photographers. Included are some of my heroes and inspirations, such as Jonathan and Angela Scott, Frans Lanting, Art Wolfe, Michel Denis-huot, and many others. All the profits from the sale of the book will be donated to Born Free Foundation to support projects on Elephant conservation. The launch of the book was accompanied by an exhibition of all the images in the book and an evening at the Royal Geographical Society in London. From an idea of wildlife photographer and PR expert Margot Raggett, this is an unprecedented book and is definitely worth owning if you are passionate about elephants. I am particularly proud to have my “Elephant Portrait in last light” image featured on the cover, and my “Portrait of Tim” image inside.