Lens: Voigtlander color-skopar 35mm f2.5
Camera: NEX-7, ISO1600, f2.5, 1/13s, raw
It’s day Ninety. It means that a fourth of the project is already gone. It’s being a great journey so far, at least for me. I think that if you look at all the photos from day one, you’ll see how things got more serious and more coherent after a while. How, for example, at the beginning there were more different experimentations, most of which did not go anywhere. Some of those, however, grew into an almost mature set of works, like the nocturnal views of the city. Others are still in development, like the suicidal bunnies series, or the toys-macro series. But I’m happy that, here and there, there’s something completely different. It means that the project is still genuine.
It’s day Ninety. It means that today I should publish the first volume of the four books which will include the whole blog material. Well, the thing is that I’m a bit behind the timing, so I think that I’ll move the publishing a couple of days forward. At day Ninety-two, to be precise. There’s nothing wrong with that, being 366 shots, three of the four books had to include ninety-two photographs anyway. So, please wait for it just a little bit longer. It will be free to download in its digital form, compatible with all the iDevices of Apple. There’ll be a printed version if any of you prefers it. More info will come the day of the publishing.
The daily shot is a celebration of how much my current neighborhood, Villaggio Olimpico, looks as it did in the 60s, when it was built for the Olympic Games. With the help of an iconic car of the same period, the glorious old Fiat 500, this look is even stronger.