The 5 Things I Like To Photograph The Most

You all know how much I love photography. I always did, since I was a child, even if I’m still not an expert. Today I decided to share with you the five things I like to shoot the most.

1. People

I love to immortalize people’s expressions. I think everyone is unique in all of their parts. I always hope to be able to capture not only their expressions, but their emotions as well. Everybody is beautiful in their really special way (yes, even you reading!) and I like to make them feel that way.

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2. Animals

Seriously, who doesn’t love animals? A few years ago I was dreaming of becoming a National Geographic photographer, or any way to go into the wild with some big big lens and shoot all animals I could find. But even if that dream will never come true, I still enjoy taking pictures of the little creatures I have around. My cat Blackie is almost impossible to shoot since whenever she sees a camera, she runs directly into it and starts to cuddle with it, but I still don’t give up!

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3. Details

I think that details are what makes everything special. Sometimes we are surrounded by so many things, that a lot of little tiny details slip out of our sight. Whenever I see something particular, I like to capture it. It can be anything, big or small, but it has to be just a piece of the whole picture.

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4. Nature

Living in a city, even if just a small one, I really love to take a breath from all the cement sometimes. I’m lucky enough that where I live there are still some green spots. From a tree to a landscape, I think nature is always a great subject to shoot. Simple and magic.

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5.  Little things

A little thing, for me, doesn’t have to be physically little. Yes, I love to shoot tiny things and experiment with macro photography, even if I don’t have the right lens for it. But sometimes little things can be just simple things. Things that most people pass across without even looking at them. And I love them, so I shoot them to try to make them special – and that doesn’t mean I always succeed.

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What are the things you like to shoot the most? Leave a comment below!

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Hyde Park, London

Hyde Park London


Camera: Canon Powershot G16
Editor: VSCO Cam and
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I really miss the week I spent in London with my boyfriend. It was great and we visited a lot of different places. Hyde Park was one of my favorite spots in London. The animals, the trees… everything about it make it so relaxing.

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What is your favorite place to go when you need to step out from the world? Leave a comment below!

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Wed’s Photo #49

beautiful winter autumn fall flower by the lake

 Camera: Canon Powershot G16
Editor: Adobe Photoshop CC
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At first I wanted to put this picture with the others I took that day in this last week’s post, but I felt I needed it to have a special place. I don’t know what it is about this picture, but I love it. I always preferred simple things more than complicated ones. Maybe that’s why I couldn’t help but like this one.

Since I have an empty Etsy shop (that I’d really like to fill up, if I will ever have the time), I had the idea of selling this photo as a desktop wallpaper. I have to admit I feel a little weird by doing this. I never thought about selling my photography, and I’m not sure anyone may be intrested in it. But you never know!

So, if you’d like to have this picture as your new desktop wallpaper and at the same time make a little contribution to this blog, CLICK HERE!

What do you think about this little project? I’d really like to know your opinions!

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Instax Week 26/52 & Week’s Favorites


Camera: Instax Mini 90 & Canon Powershot G16
Editor: PicMonkey
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This week I’ve been pretty busy. I love that I can finally say that I’m also working, but I’ve filled up every empty space I had, so I’m always tired when I get back home.

I also just realized that I’m actually in the middle of this 52weeks project. I’ve got to say, it hasn’t been always easy to keep up with it, but lately I’ve finally become more organized. There’s hope for everyone, they say…!

Week’s favorites

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Going for a walk

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Camera: Canon Powershot G16
Editor: After Light for iPhone
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A volte c’è bisogno di staccarsi un attimo dal mondo e una passeggiata tranquilla non troppo vicino alla citta è proprio quello che ci vuole. Un bel respiro profondo, macchina fotografica e una persona molto speciale al proprio fianco: cosa potrei chiedere di più?


Sometimes I just need a break from the world, and a little walk not too close to the city is just what I need. A good deep breath, a camera and that special someone by my side: how could I ask for more?