It’s been a while since I’ve shared a photo shoot on my blog, let me make it up for you! Gae Aulenti area is one of my favourites in Milan, it has a lot of contemporary architecture, but also some green zones.
I love how the Sigma Art 35mm lens performed with Sony Alpha 7 🙂
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I have recently published a series of vlogs “Around Italy”, after I visited Venice, Florence, Rome and Amalfi coast for a work project in which I travelled together with tourists in order to take their photographs throughout their trip in Italy. I have never been to Florence or Amalfi coast before so it was a pretty amazing experience!
Watch the vlogs below:
I love living in a big, dynamic city, but sometimes it can be overwhelming, so this weekend we went on a daily trip from Milan to Orta lake, where the air is fresh and the mood is calm. Spending more time outdoors feeds our “nature neurons” and our natural creativity. Researchers at the University of Michigan have demonstrated that after just an hour interacting with nature, memory performance and attention spans improved by 20%. Hope that worked on me! 🙂
today I’d like to share some thoughts on bicycle as a means of transport and my bicycle-related experience in Milan.
сегодня я хотела бы поделиться своими мыслями о велосипеде как о транспортном средстве в городе и о моем велосипедном опыте в Милане.
Monte Napoleone street and it’s surroundings are the perfect locations for a photo shoot in Milan for those who love and are inspired by Italian fashion. Via Montenapoleone is Europe’s most expensive street (2018), it is usually crowded with fashionistas and tourists, but I know all of the hidden gems, so we can take beautiful photographs without being disturbed.
Here are some of the pictures I took of Ksenia, who visited Milan for a weekend: