Nexus 6p, photo review one year after

With the presentation of the brand new Google Pixel phone, some of you may think that the previous smartphone model, the Nexus 6p, is outdate. Well, that’s absolutly not true. Excpecially now that prices for this device are quite lower than last year, you can buy this device for example at for about 400€ (the 64 gbyte version!).
So how this device performs on the camera side? Let’s see in this Nexus 6p photo review!
[I want to thanks for the collaboration, giving this device for the test]

one plus 3 photo review

The One Plus 3 smartphone amazed me in many way. Since the introduction of the first model, the One Plus One (that I’ve reviewed here),  the company focused on producing a stellar device on budget.…

Huawei p9 photo review black white mode

Here’s my Huawei P9 photo test and review, a smartphone that create much interest in the photography market thanks to the collaboration with a historical brand as Leica. Huawei with P9 has focused on the…

One year (and a bit more) with Fuji X100T. A personal diary using the camera.

Photographers are lot of the times not only obsessed about the quality of the pictures but also about the tools they are using. We’re considering the cameras as our tool to get the job done, but it’s not a mystery that lot of the time, we’re looking to an item that can give us satisfaction and not frustration when we are shooting.

I remember my first class of photography I took around 14 years ago: at the time (the year 2002) the digital reflex where kind of expensive and limited in the quality of images recorded. There was the big debate about analogue vs digital and who was the best one. In those years there was no mach: analogue photography was still an edge over the digital world.

samsung galaxy s6 photo camera review

My trip to Canada and the discover of the beautiful nature around. My main visit during those days was at Banff National park: it’s a very wide area that offers some amazing views over lakes (like Lake Louise) and unique ski resort places for winter sports. During my trip there I was able to test the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and the camera. Read more about my opinion of the device!

iPhone: the best cameraphone always with you

I want from long time to write a post analyzing the photographs taken with the smartphone. I think we’re in a really big change talking about the photography. We are now inside the real revolution of the digital image time: we now have the chance to put in our pockets a device often less thick than a centimeter that not only allows us to take great photographs in terms of exposure and colors but also gives us the ability to edit the shots working on the postproduction with powerful Apps. Even more, today we can share our pictures immediately with the world and we could have millions of users ready to “receive” and see our works.

fuji x100t photo color review

I’ve always been a big fan of color photography. I am a lover of colors. I greatly admire those artists like Franco Fontana who created some beautiful pictures on the edge of abstraction using a…

This is what a modern smartphone can do: raw DNG shooting!

It’s amazing what you can do photographically with a smartphone nowadays . Thinking that the first iPhone has been presented only eight years ago, the evolution of these devices has been phenomenal: the screens got bigger and bigger, processors have become faster and faster, the interfaces and operating systems grown rich in functionalities.

Until few years ago Apple was almost the only player on the smartphone market but this market’s advantage changed in recent years thanks to Android smartphones that