Since 2011, ALESSANDROMICHELAZZI studio aimed to blend photography and new technologies with a touch of elegance, style and culture typical of the Italian heritage.

 

The strongest point of the Studio is to connect 15+ years of photographic experience with a team of enthusiasts 3d artists, graphic designers, and architects; in this way when we approach new technologies, the goal is to make sure that the results will not be just a demonstration of bare technical skills but an emotional product.

 

In these years the studio worked for many exclusive brands and emerging designers: we are proud to see how our photos and images generated with the modern CGI – rendering process has helped those businesses to get a strong visual presence on the market.

  • I was lucky enough to be contacted et the end of April by OnePlus to be part of the shooting campaign for the new OnePlus 5. At the end of April, I received a working prototype of the OnePlus 5 and my duty was to test the camera, giving some feedback to the company and recording some nice pictures to use for the launch of the device.The focus of this review will be about the photography with One Plus 5, from a perspective of a professional photographer....

  • This is the second part of the shooting session I had with Manuela. In the first part (that you can read here) I was using the Daguerreotype lens by Lomography. This second part instead was shot using the Fujifilm lens and in particular just only one lens, the 56mm f/1.2. ...

  • Photo session with the Indonesian model Heyna taken in Florence inside the Giardino dei Semplici. The setup was easy: just natural light coming from an overcast day, shot always at maximum aperture with the Fujifilm X-Pro2 + 35mm f/1.4 and the Fujifilm X-T2 + 56mm f/1.2...

  • In this post, I'm going to share one of the most interesting sessions I had at the last Pitti Immagine Uomo. I had the idea that was nice to go to shoot outside the usual, and much photographed, place of the Fortezza da Basso. So we set a session in the streets of Florence, and honestly to say, we were more staying close to Piazza Della Repubblica....

  • This time I'm sharing a bit different photo session. Like I've mentioned in a previous post, I had the chance to test out for some weeks the Lomography Achromat Daguerreotype. Is a unique lens since it mimics the same optic used by Louise Daguerre, considered the official inventor of the photography (even if we know there was also Talbot in England)....

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