Just published a new gallery on Walking Photographer, my Street Photography website.
25 images shot with my new Leica M10 and the Leica Q during 5 days spent in Malta.
The gallery: https://www.walkingphotographer.net/street-photography-malta/
One on One Street Photography Workshop by Leica Ambassador Eolo Perfido.Read More
5 days of Street Photography under my guidance to teach to my students to look at the city with new eyes. This is what they saw.Read More
Just published a new gallery on my Street Photography portfolio. 26 photographies took with my Leica Q during 4 days spent in Essaouira, one of the most beautiful cities of Morocco.
The gallery: www.walkingphotographer.net/essaouira-street-photography/
Unrevealed: my personal Street Photography Exhibition curated by Benedetta Donato @ the Due Piani Gallery in Pordenone from October 7 to November 20.
Exhibition Page: http://www.eoloperfidofineart.com/unrevealed
Save the date: Opening October 7 at 18:30
Via Ospedale Vecchio, 4, 33170 Pordenone
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/340276922971402/
See you there :)
Tokyoites: Tokyo Street Photography Exhibition @ Leica Gallerie MilanoRead More
The issue 37 of Street Photography Magazine is out :)
One of my pictures shot in Rome is on the magazine cover while inside you will find an audio interview with the editor Bob Patterson about my street photography.
The magazine link: www.streetphotographymagazine.com
The italian Leica Lab blog interviewed me about the 21mm focal lenght in Street Photography:
" Of course a wide angle means also being able to show much more of a scenery. Mixing it with people is really a great deal for strong images where people and landscape are both important in your frame. With a 21mm, you can get pretty all you got in front of your lens, while it doesn’t distort as much as the real ultra wide angles. "
Here is the full interview: 21mm Street Photography