Fabrizio is a travel and landscape italian photographer based in Turin since 2006.
He started shooting when I was very young coping his father style during holidays using a very simple Kodak Instamatic that his mother borrowed him. After few years he quite discontinued the activity up to the advent of digital cameras, and was love at first sight. For his degree in Aerospace Engineering their parents gave him an Epson PhotoPC 3000Z, a 3 Mpx digital camera (very expensive at that time): he started learning photography theory using this gear at its maximum potential, and after few year of fun, he found his way in the first DSLR: the great Canon EOS 350D. Now the gears consist of a Canon EOS 5D Mk II.
He never ends to study the theory, new shooting techniques or new post-processing tip (he use Lightroom and Photoshop on Windows platform). His post processing style is mainly based on enhancing colours, contrast, dodging and burning. He does not dislike HDR or other blending techniques to expand dynamic range. All his shoots try to represent as much as possible the feelings, the lights and the colours that he saw in the original scene.
You can follow him also on 500px, G+, Flickr and Twitter.