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February's full moon is called a Snow Moon and here you will see the full Snow Moon moonset in London, right between the City skyscrapers. And if you have been following me for some time, you know I'm a sucker for a good moon photo. The moon is in fact featured a lot in this blog: Photo Mission: Moonrise (YouTube)Going After the Super Snow MoonOn The Hunt For The Super

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

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 often say that it's my duty to shoot sunset or sunrise photography! I love landscapes and cityscapes, so I must take these pictures when the conditions are right! And I think sunrise photography can be more rewarding because it requires more efforts. First of all, from Spring to Autumn the time is not favourable. You need to wake up quite early to catch the sunrise. Better in Winter when

I did ask myself if the Mitakon 35mm f/0.95 could indeed be the toughest lens for street photography. Despite the clickbait-y title, this was a genuine question I had. And so I decided to give it a good test. To this day, Fujifilm does not release blueprints for their lenses to other manufacturers. So you don't often see other brands produce lenses for the X-Mount. One brand that comes to

I rented the Fujifilm GFX 50S for a job (office interiors and corporate headshots). But I still had some spare time to use it before sending it back to Fuji. So of course I made a video! I used medium format cameras in the past. When in Florence, I worked with medium format to photograph paintings, sculptures and all masterpieces of the great museums we have in my hometown! So this