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venerdì 30 marzo 2012


19 by David Butali (Dylan@66)
19, a photo by David Butali (Dylan@66) on Flickr.

London is one of that place that, in my opinion, can inspire also a landscape photographer like me.
It's so full of colours and lines, contrasts and textures.
Every street is a chance to take a good picture and the morning and the evening are the best moments to do it.

giovedì 29 marzo 2012

Do You Have Enough Talent In Your Tank to be a Photographer?

Your mom says you have talent. Your friends think you’re amazing. Your photos get lots of likes.
You even had a show at the local coffee shop although you didn’t sell one 5×7.
At some point, you wonder if you have what it takes. Do you have enough talent? Do you have enough gas in the tank? Could you be a professional photographer. Could you actually get paid for doing what you love?

Or, maybe you’ve been doing this awhile. You’re a pro but you’re wondering if you have anything left in the tank. Can you make you’re work fresh. Can you reinvent yourself. Do you have any talent left?
We speak of talent like a finite resource. This person has 5 gallons of talent. That person, being more talented, was given 10 gallons. You either have it or you don’t. You’re blessed with photographic talent or you’re not. You have reserves or you’re running low and there is no Costco station in sight.
This the thing about talent: it’s overrated and of infinite supply.

Read more..........

mercoledì 28 marzo 2012


Biancospino by David Butali (Dylan@66)
Biancospino, a photo by David Butali (Dylan@66) on Flickr.

The dry season and the incoming spring can give yiu the chance to take nice images around the country.
the light here took a great role and also the post production.
the perspective is powerful thanks to the Sigma 150-500.

giovedì 15 marzo 2012

Textured Tuscany

An image with a texture added to give a painture look.

Gold in my eyes

One of the landscape images taken for a brochure about Villa Cerreta Relais & Fattoria
San Fatucchio, Umbria,Italia