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I'm publishing a video editing breakdown of my latest YouTube video, "Fog", to thank you all. The feedback you are giving me on these latest cinematic vlogs and the response on YouTube have been incredible. I am still a very small channel and seeing that my recent videos are watched by thousands of you means a lot. A lot. So, thank you all very much! This video editing breakdown is

Today we're looking at fog photography in London. In particular, a lot of cityscape and some street "fog photography". We all have in our hearts the sight of beautiful landscapes in a thick fog or a delicate mist. But this has become more and more rare in the city. In London for example, we now only have 2-3 days of fog a year. And so far, only 1 morning of fog

Yesterday I went out with my friend Martyn for a photographic morning with Richmond Park deers. This park just outside of London is famous for its deers but it also has a nice view over the city (albeit from far away) that is prefect for sunrise in some periods. It's not the only park with deers, there's at least Bushy Park as well, but it's the largest colony for sure. Autumn

Time for some rain photography! Street photography to be exact. Most foreigners think it always rains in London but in reality it's mostly cloudy or just drizzling (and we do have sunny days, harsh ones too). Now, coming from Italy, I don't really fancy going out when it's grey, let alone pouring rain. But I do appreciate it's a very good opportunity for photography. And so I force myself to

I decided I'd try a different format for my YouTube vlog and embark in a Photo Mission to shoot the moonrise in London. To be completely honest, the idea came up while I was editing my footage. But all I filmed made perfect sense in such format, so I decide to put it together this way. I had not really decided to go out to take the resulting shot, mainly

I wrote about Luminosity Masks in Photoshop already on this blog. It's a very powerful technique that I use a lot in my landscape and cityscape photography. I find it a lot more efficacious than letting my camera or a software decide what a good HDR photo is automatically. Yes, it may take a bit longer. But the results a far more satisfactory. When I first heard about Luminosity Masks