Инстаграм @brunopisani.photos Bruno Pisani
Pretty happy to share this new image with you. While I was hiking to the sunset spot (which I didn't reach in the end 😂) some amazing side light hit an iconic mountain in the Dolomites, seen from a slight different angle. Hope you enjoy!
Not sure if you know it, but apart from photography I love playing guitar. The problem is, I am very often roaming around for shooting and I have no space in my car for a full size guitar. Over the last couple months, the guys at @travelerguitar sent me their amazing AG-105E, which is 3/4th of a regular size guitar (the difference is really impressive) but keeping the size of a full scale one. Since I was able to take it around in my travels, I tried to create some outdoor shots of myself, playing guitar immersed in nature. Hope you enjoy the concept! 😉 #ad
Some blue hour mood from the amazing Faroe Islands! 🇫🇴 Hope to go back there sooner or later ❤️
Definitely the outdoor pic I am most proud of. Have you ever camped in the snow? ❄️🌨️
An amazing winter sunset in the Slovenian Julian Alps.. . Can't wait to go snowshoeing again next winter 😍❄️
The amazing vibrant colors of Dolomites in Autumn! A couple weeks and it will be perfect ❤️ . 🇮🇹 Iscrizioni Aperte per il Workshop del 19-20 Ottobre nella meravigliosa Location ritratta in foto, il Lago Federa! Contattami per maggiori Info 😉
An old-but-gold shot taken during a cold late-march night in the Dolomites a couple years ago. 🌟 Can anyone name the mountains in the background? ⛰️
A really cool light condition captured on the way up to an epic sunset in the Dolomites. Been loving all these rays and layers! Hope you enjoy 😉
I hiked to this location 2 or 3 times this summer. Not a long one, maybe 2 hours. But staring at this incredible rock wall is something really magic. For those who follow my stories, you probably remember that a couple months ago I was at this location and I waited for like 2 hours under a very light rain, hoping for a little clearing. In the meantime, I was calling @fabiomarchini.ph every 15 minutes to ask him how the surrounding webcams looked like since I couldn't see the horizon. It was almost sunset time, when a red glow started to appear. I was not sure if it was sunset light or just a glow, but when the light became stronger I realized it was real light. Luckily I had my composition ready between some rocks so I only had to press the button. Hope you enjoy!
[Swipe for the full scale image] This shot is the result of a 3 hours hike with my friend @andrea_sagui to a beautiful mountain top in the Dolomites. We brought tents, sleeping bags and mats, food, good clothing (even though it was July, it was quite cold in the night) and all the photography equipment. 25kg of stuff each. After a nice sunset, a storm started to slowly come towards us. Luckily it didn't reach us, but it created such an interesting condition both at blue hour and at night. It may be not my most successful shot, but I kinda like how it's explaining pretty well the weird structure of the mountain we were on. You can see Mt. Pelmo on the right and Antelao on the left of the image. Hope you enjoy!
A shot taken in the amazing area of Pale di San Martino! This kind of rocks is totally different from what I am used to in other areas of Dolomites and it was so fun to compose in a different way. I got some wonderful contrasts a couple hours before sunset during my last visit. Hope you enjoy 😊 Swipe for the full scale image. 🇮🇹 Il 28 29 Settembre terrò un workshop fotografico in questa spettacolare location. Contattami o visita il mio sito web www.brunopisani.com per Info!
The first snow is now hitting the highest peaks of Dolomites. Don't know why, but made me think of this beautiful morning in Lofoten Islands last February ❄️☃️ Can't wait to be back next winter! 😍
What I like about the Alps, is that there are endless valleys to explore. This was my first time in this location, the weather looked promising for sunset but while I was hiking up, I got swallowed by fog. I Reached the hut where I would have spent the night, and kept hiking as high as possible to get out of the fog to catch sunset. I was not lucky though, but at blue hour, it cleared up a little bit.. And found out there was a beautiful moon too. Hope you enjoy!
[SWIPE for the full ratio image]. Sometimes it's even about iconic spots. I was spending a couple days shooting with my friend @fabiomarchini.ph and we decided to go to the famous Tre Cime di Lavaredo. I already have a couple nice pics from there, but I wanted to expand my portfolio. We waited in the mountain hut for like 3 hours, since it was heavily raining and we couldn't even see the mountains. When it stopped and started clearing up, it was time to go and wait for the miracle. The light hit the peaks for a very short time, maybe 2 minutes. I was expecting a little more but the shots came out nice anyway. I found this almost simmetrical composition that looks a little different from the other shots I have from here. I tried to work more on rocks and shapes instead of getting extremely close to flowers as I often do during summer. It's been a cool exercise. Hope you enjoy 😎📸 . 🇮🇹 1 POSTO DISPONIBILE per il Workshop alle Tre Cime di Lavaredo il 31 Agosto - 1 Settembre. Contattami per Info 😉
Since we're all sweating for the summer heat, here's a shot from a cold winter night in the mountains ⛰️ The glow behind the peaks comes from the rising moon 🌛