The florence designer Lucia Ferdinandi contacted me to take some pictures for her brand new collection. Lucia, with her business called "Boudoir d'Autore" propose some interesting collection mixing new styles with elements of mixed culture. I love the jacket called "Bronzino" named after the famous renaissance painter in Florence. For her fashion collections she has some strong connection with the art and painters so for this reason I got inspired to use one light to give a pictorial result.Dress and style: Lucia Ferdinandi Model: Victoriia

One of the biggest highlight of this 2016 for me was the opportunity to be the photographer for the Bonollo's brand. Bonollo is an historical brand in Italy.  Since 1908 they are producing the best Italian Grappa; now they have a brand new product called Gra'it, a grappa that from the beginning was created aiming the blending. In this way, talented bartenders have the opportunity to create new interesting cocktails.[gallery special_type="1-2" link="file" size="full" ids="7085,7086,7087"]

A portrait session with Olya in Marrakech, inside the Riad Khol. I love the location of this typical Riad. The place is so unique and offer a great set for photos. For this pictures I've used natural light and two lens: the X100T with the fixed 35mm equivalent and the X-Pro2 with the 16mm (24mm equivalent).  Unlucky during this trip I haven't get with me other longer lens for more portrait, but those two lens was perfect to be able to capture the environment of the Riad in Marrakech.

A portrait photo session taken with the models Petra and Petra in Rovinj, Croatia. This photos I've taken just before the summer in Rovinj when the colors was still strong and bright and especially, there wasn't tourist around the beach getting the sun! :) Was one of the first time I've used my new Fujifilm X-Pro2 using in this session mainly the 90mm f/2: what an amazing lens for the sharpness and the colors you can get out of it! I've to say that

A portrait photo session in the studio in Florence with Lara, working with different color backgrounds: I've started with the classical white one that gives a nice diffuse light. Then I want to play with colors so I've shoot with the green screen that usually we use for some video cutout. Well, I asked Lara to wear a red t-shirt to get a strong color contrast between the foreground and the backgroud. For this portrait session in the studio I let Lara to pose and turning around the light. I've used one continuous Led Light to lit the set.

   From Instagram

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