All posts filed under: Photographer

The look of each individual is important to create an opinion, share perspectives and above all, to assign a personal view to a certain element. Photography is more than just a camera and portable objects that allow to capture beautiful pictures. These are moments of anyone’s life, fragments of work, it’s about what you want to show in a moment frozen in time. Knowing our team and learn to interpret it, not only through the eyes, as your own sensitivity to capture an expression, an appealing reason to our visual knowledge. Having ambiguity to experience and explore what we observe.

Budapest

Exploring a city for more than a week can be a real treat. “The pearl of the Danube” or as more well known by Budapest, is the charming capital of Hungary. From the nightlife to the baths, the food, the architecture. Budapest has so much more to offer. I fell in love with the large quantity of thermal bath options, the contrast of historical buildings, the people I’ve met and the marvelous time I’ve spent roaming the streets of Budapest. If you need a vacation away don’t hesitate to visit this gorgeous city.

Florence

Many of the main attractions of Tuscany can be found in the lovely city of Florence. This city is mostly known for its art, architecture and food; and no wonder, what the fuzz is all about! Firenze can contain all stereotypical Italian traditions in one place! Everything is there! The lovely Italian streets, the traditional food, the sun and of course, all the statues, paintings, churches and so much more art to absorb! I truly recommend it to stop by and just enjoy its relaxed pace and beautiful sights. Italy is one of those places that can make you fall in love instantly. It can be from the food, the beautiful squares, the fashion, the people, the language. Every time I leave an Italian city behind, I always leave with a smile and of course, a promise to return.

Rome

If there’s one iconic European city that combines history and art it is for sure the wonderful capital of Italy: Rome. On my first day exploring the city, my expectations were already above the clouds. The contrast between the trees with the maroon, red, brown of the buildings. Full of rich Roman history and winding streets that can lead you to most unexpected places. Personally, it’s not a surprise that I’m a fan of Italian culture and of course, that implies the food. Every dish in Rome can be a dream come true if you just look carefully where you’re at in the city. Besides following advice from locals I also used the CityMaps2Go app. Truly recommended to find the best ice-cream. The monuments speak for themselves, especially if you studied them during high school. Last but not least, the nightlife is really something to be experienced in Rome. The urban lifestyle of the city is so much more than meets the eye. Now, to finish this post, with no more words or adjectives, I …

Mystique Prague

My first time exploring Eastern Europe was in the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic: Prague. “The City of a Hundred Spires” lives up to its hype. Only now I understand why so many people are fascinated with such an historical place. Within its Gothic architecture and peculiar sights, Prague can be considered the dreamy European city fairy tale. Even I, born and raised in Europe wasn’t expecting to be so taken with this city. The medieval historical presence can be felt in every corner and also, obviously the presence of Communist influence. Between all the unique things you can see and visit, there’s also time to meet the people (in my case I did couchsurfing) and to try to understand the Czech language itself. It’s a challenge for every foreigner and I had a lot of fun trying to pronounce some basic words. I was blown away by how mysterious, urbanistic and fascinating Prague can be. Absolutely delightful. I would go back again for sure, but this time with friends to discover new magical …