Between October and December I have been in Val d'Orcia, in Tuscany, to create impressive images using the fog and the light of dawn, a typical phenomenon of this period.
Tuscan farm with row of cypress trees shrouded in autumn sunrise fogs in Val d'Orcia, Italy.
With this image I wanted to create an optical effect between the white of the fogs illuminated by the first rays of sunlight and the black of the cypresses, symbol of Tuscany.
Photo taken December 11, 2020 near Castiglione d'Orcia in the province of Siena, Italy.
AUTHOR: ALBERTO FORNASARI ITALY
Alberto Fornasari, professional photographer, was born in Arezzo in 1973.
It's really Tuscany with its traditions and its beautiful scenery to inspire and define more closely the poetry of his photographic journey.
Since 1994 he has dedicated himself to telling the story of the Tuscany landscape through images in all seasons of the year, taking advantage of the light of dawn.
He made his first landscape photographic exhibition in 1997 and in 2000 received his first award in the competition Italian Institute of Landscape Photography.
In 2003 he made his second exhibition and published a photo book.
In 2005 he attended the master of professional photography Still life and Design at the Academy John Kaverdash in Milan.
He works with newspapers and agencies of photojournalism and publishes his shots in the Corriere della Sera, Il Giornale, La Nazione and Gazzetta dello Sport. Years of experience, gained allows him to organize workshops on landscape photography and to
tell places, moments, significant interactions and to capture the beauty of small and large details, using light as an expressive method.