Lens: Sony e-mount 16mm f2.8 with fisheye adapter
Camera: NEX-7, ISO125, f7.1, 1/60, raw
Our job in London is now over. The three-day wedding is over and we are exhausted. So we kind of enjoyed the morning spent calmly cleaning the equipment, charging the batteries, and synchronizing all the memory cards. We have shot something around seven thousands photos. Claudia will have a hard time to prune them all into a suitable number to be presented as proofs to the couple.
At lunch time we had a walk from my cousin’s house to Portobello. Too tired to enjoy a proper tour of the area, we sat at Pizza East for an excellent full english breakfast. A pint of lager and the recent experience with the international wedding eased a long chat on the future of Rossini Photography, at the end of which we agreed at least on two facts: we want to seriously address the “foreigners market”, and some major changes are going to happen in the very near future. If any of you readers need a couple of professional photographers for weddings in Italy or abroad, please do not hesitate to contact us 😉
The chat had to be abruptly cut when we realized that it was already time to travel back home. The take-off was at sunset, which we enjoyed as soon as the plane crossed the grey clouds covering London, and brought us in a deep blue sky. Up here things look always clear and quiet. But to get here you need to know how to fly.