Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO1600, f2.8, 1/25, raw
Working full time, non stop, literally. Having our studio at home has this side-effect. When things get busy, we can’t really ever disconnect from work, we just walk upstairs to eat something straight out of the fridge, we hug our daughter when she happens to cross the studio with the nanny, we put her asleep at night, and keep working, all day long, till we realize it’s almost midnight, we didn’t have dinner, and we didn’t stop since eight in the morning.
Sure, things are proceeding fast (how couldn’t they!), the new website is almost complete and online, there’s the new facebook page too, all the links from flickr, forums, blogs, and our other websites have been updated, things were correctly indexed by google (actually please do search for Luca Rossini and let me know if my new website appears in the first page of results), and by the end of the weekend everything should be complete.
The Rossini Photography website will stay on, but will focus on our services to the privates, like weddings and family portraits. It has been redesigned for its new purpose, and by Sunday it will be updated. The other website, which has my name, will focus solely on the artistic/editorial/commercial activities, plus it embeds a blog (currently a copy of the 366nex, but will eventually include other material).
Same topic divisions adapt to the facebook pages, Rossini Photography and Luca Rossini Photographer. We want to keep things clear and easy for potential clients, that’s why we’re separating everything.
Please help me in my struggle to have the new pages ranking as high as possible by visiting the site and liking the facebook page, I really need you all here 🙂