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Il Fortino di Vada
This was my first long exposure photography.
It was 2005 and I was very attracted by the artistic possibilities that long photographic exposures could give.
Abstract and minimalism have always been two genres that I have always loved in the art world. Not only in photography but also in painting and architecture.
I managed to find on the internet (in those days they weren't easily found) a German 10 stop screw-in filter the size of my lens.
The first day I received the filter, I couldn't wait to try it.
So I thought about which subject to shoot to enhance the capabilities of the ND filter and I thought of that ruin of a wartime fort located between Vada and the white beaches of Rosignano.
I said to myself: "Maybe something interesting comes out with a balanced composition".
I took backpack, tripod and ... this is the result of my FIRST long exposure photography.
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