After years of personal research, I decided to make only extreme Panoramic landscapes... Unfortunately a format not very appreciated in social networks that today oblige us to increasingly forced views.
I strongly believe that to stand out you have to find a new style, something nobody does, to be an inventor, an artist who doesn't copy, who doesn't emulate, but who creates.
This is my mission, to inspire others to go further, to do something no one else does, to give the observer the chance to find himself immersed in a spectacle that surrounds him at 360°.
Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan This is a really weird 360-degree view, something I was so excited about, something I had never done before.
It's not really a novelty, in the Dolomites I had had several difficulties when the sun was high, I was inexperienced, I tried... In the Sahara of Tunisia, I had experienced a similar condition, near the Equator is always like that. Experience teaches me, I explained better.
A complex location.
Taking a 360-degree panorama, let me tell you, it's a pain in the ass. Every time there must be a balance of elements everywhere you look, here there was a beautiful arch, alone, facing the sun, never seen anything like it, crazy yes, but how do you do it?
"fire of fantasy and creativity" as it is defined, and it is absolutely what it takes to imagine a "mess" of shapes like this. Either it goes, or it kicks out.
12 shots, 36 photos in total to shoot something that led me to reason, to get out once again from my schemes, to hope that a forcing like this would generate such a beautiful image, with which I am in love.
Author: In 2008 I approached Photography buying a small camera to capture the first landscapes, the first trips. Six years later I started to study deeply the techniques of planning, shooting and editing while i started to think about my own style, experimenting with the first wide field photographs. Today, after these years of research i finally have found my way to represent the strong connection i have with nature, with the landscape; the extreme panoramas are the language that I have sewn to myself, a choice sometimes uncomfortable (you have to consider the elements in front of, on the side and behind the point of shooting, often you can not shoot), but that gives me a way to express the immense beauty of what surrounds us, trying to inspire those who follow me to travel, to be curious, to respect and appreciate every scenario that nature, generous, gives us.