Alessio Fangano Swings His Camera Randomly To Create Movingscapes

All images by Alessio Fangano. Used with permission. 

One of the biggest challenges when it comes to photography is daring to be different, and trying new and untested approaches. Alessio Fangano, an Italian photographer living in Germany has been experimenting with quite an unusual and radical style he discovered by shooting images haphazardly, clicking the shutter while walking.

Alessio approaches slow shutter speed shooting with half a second shutter speed, often shooting without even looking through the viewfinder or camera LCD screen. His composition is done purely by luck or intuition and he emphasizes that photographers should trust their instincts more. Shooting in bright lighting conditions outdoors, usually the smallest aperture of the lens is used and sometimes Neutral Density filter is added to better balance the overall exposure of the slow shutter images. Frames are captured while the camera is on the move and sometimes Alessio swings his camera around to get unusually interesting shots.

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