Your Photographer on Vacation – New Images from Italy

In Brazil, my home land, we have a say: “Casa de ferreiro, espeto de pau” – something like “Blacksmith home, wooden skewer”. I wish I would have more time to look to my own photos. Anyways… I was going back to my files from last summer vacation in Italy and as I downloaded the demo for Nik filters I decided to edit a few of them to try it out. I really like the results, so here I present you: more images from beautiful Italy!Rm

IMG_0352-EditRome street view.


IMG_0647-EditForo Romano ruins, Rome.


IMG_0653-EditTrajan Market, Rome.


IMG_0798-EditVali dei Tiempi (Temple Valley), Sicily.


IMG_0856-EditWalking to Scala dei Turchi, Agrigento.


IMG_0858-EditWalking to Scala dei Turchi, Agrigento.


IMG_0863-EditScala dei turchi, Agrigento.


IMG_1450-EditOld acheduct, San Geminiano dei Belli Torre.


IMG_1455-EditSan Geminiano dei Belli Torre.




IMG_1551-EditPonte dei Sospiri (Bridge of Sighs), Venice.


IMG_1580-EditCatedrale de San Marco (San Mark Cathedral) at the end of the canal, Venice.


IMG_1689-EditRiomaggiore, Cinque Terres.


| Montreal Maternity Photographer | – Expecting Mr. T

I love when parents allow my creativity to flow free and they are brave enough for my crazy ideas! I made the green dress myself (will eventually post the step-by-step) and mother was excited to get into the creek. If you ever had gone inside a small river you know that the muddy texture of the riverbed might be very unpleasant! She did it and the results are great: We got a fairytale style maternity session! Scroll it down to see!