New statment for demons and blow-up series

During the last weeks, little by little I completely rewritten the statements of demons and blow-up series. My friend Davide Boschetto was a huge help to find the right expression and add a poetic touch to the statements. Thank you so much Davide!

I’m quite happy with the new statements, so make sure to read them.

New Camera Obscura layout

Several people during the last months asked me to modify the Camera Obscura page layout.

The current improvements includes: lighter page backround for easy reading, no tree photo header, bigger comments fonts, less evident meta and navigations controls, faster pages.

New gallery: Infinite Palaces and Buildings

During the last year I worked extensively on repeated patterns in architecture.

I’m finally happy to announce that a new album featuring some image from the series Infinite Buildings has been recently added to the gallery.

Description and artistic statement coming soon.

Home page restyle and aggregate feeds

I finally had some time to restyle the photo home page.

Now it display additional information about every section of the site, a random picture from the gallery, the last entry in the photoblog and the first picture attached to the last Camera Obscura article. Additionally the new photo home page include directly the most recent activities in the News, Photoblog and Camera Obscura section of the site.

Furthermore all the feeds (excluding users comments) of the different section of the site are aggregated using a Yahoo Pipe and Feedburner, in this way you can subscribe to a unique photo feed to stay up to date with everything new on Fabiano Busdraghi photography page.

Multilingual blogging on Camera Obscura

I have implemented a multilingual blogging system on Camera Obscura. For the moment only few articles are translated in English (I will shortly translate something in French and Spanish too).

If you like CO-mag and you want to contribute translating any article, please send me a mail.

New content on Camera Obscura

Camera Obscura was born as a blog dedicated to alternative techniques and historical process. After some months of writing I felt uncomfortable with these restrictions, there are so many things to say about aesthetics, contemporary photography, artists, digital techniques and so on. I thought to the possibility to open a new blog, but finally I just started writing adding some new categories and using extensively the tag structure.

I hope you will enjoy the new contents on my photographic blog!