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°.
This is a 360° panorama stitch of 21 shots captured in Tre Cime of Lavaredo (Italy), from the left: Piani lakes, the Paterno mountain (where I slept a few days before in a tent) the Locatelli hut, the Tre Cime di Lavaredo with tiny green tents over the valley, myself, the Sasso di Sesto and the Toblin Tower in the shade on the right.
Now, how many incredible photos of this place have we seen in these years? It's one of the most beautiful locations in the world, every pebble in this area is bloody epic. Among the thousands of photographers who have made the difference here are some works so perfect that they remain unsurpassed.
After dozens of times in which I have witnessed all the conditions on these mountains, from heavy summer snowfalls, to the most fiery sunsets, the spring sunrises, until I could not even reach them in the last winter... I still had not found my interpretation that included the lakes and the Locatelli, a photo that I wanted to take a long time ago, a daytime photo that an Italian photographer, in the Dolomites, MUST have.
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.