Low light and bad weather photography

29 03 2011

Well, here I am again dealing with the rain!

I just love to photograph under the rain, my camera probably don’t share my taste of pouring water over it but I don’t mind.

I’m doing a new video clip (more about this soon) and I recently have watched some Wong Kar Wai movies and I belive they inspired me a lot on making this new video and also these pictures.

Hope you all like it

See you all soon.




Rain pouring at the pavement of a avenue, creating abstract patterns with the reflection of light.





The heavy rain at the brazilian summer usually brings many troubles to people, including heavy traffic.





People crossing a street on a rainy night.





A couple of pedestrians wearing an umbrella and crossing a Street on a Rainy Night.





Looking up, towards a strong street light in a way that the spread of light at the raindrops became visible.

All the best,
Armando Vernaglia Jr
www.vernaglia.com.br
vimeo.com/vernaglia
@VernagliaJr





Rainy Days and Photography

10 03 2011

It’s been a long time since my last post on this blog, I’ll try to keep it updated more often.

Today I’m posting some pictures I’ve done on a very tedious rainy afternoon.

I usually say that rain always helps me to find some good places to photograph, I belive that rain proved to be very usefull for my photography again.















See you all soon, all the best,
Armando Vernaglia Jr
www.vernaglia.com.br
vimeo.com/vernaglia
@VernagliaJr





Rain – a short movie by Armando Vernaglia Jr

20 09 2010

Through my career as a photographer, I was most influenced by filmmakers and painters than by photographers, so when I decided to start making movies, I decided to pay a tribute to my masters. This short movie, rain, is the first of a series, and I tried to make it as a homage to Akira Kurosawa and Monet.

The Chopin’s Prelude in D flat major Op28 Nº15, also know as Raindrop Prelude, interpreted in this video by Robert Stahlbrand (pianosociety.com) was first used by Kurosawa on his famous film Dreams, in the Crows episode.

Hope you all like and I hope I’ve managed to do a proper tribute for two of my masters.

The capture was made with a Canon EOS 7D, EFs 17-55 f2.8 IS USM and EF 100mm f2 USM lenses, 1920×1080, 24 frames, edited in Final Cut Pro.

All the best,
Armando Vernaglia Jr
www.vernaglia.com.br
vimeo.com/vernaglia
@VernagliaJr








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