Much of the beauty that arises in art comes from the struggle an artist wages with his limited medium (Henri Matisse)
I see the growing movement of Mobile Photography as very similar to the Punk revolution of 1977: everyone could pick up a guitar to go onstage and creative energy mattered more than technique (Davide Capponi)
I have always been in love with photography, but kept my shots for myself and a few people around me.
Then, being the possessor of an iPhone, I was pointed by a friend to Instagram and discovered iPhoneography (or Mobile Photography in a wider sense).
iPhoneography is about shooting and editing your photos only with an iPhone, usually with a Low-Fi sentiment and a creative approach; it is about publishing and sharing your work with other fellow iPhoneographers.
For some reason this made a huge difference to me.
At that time the iPhoneographer rubicorno was born and I have now published more than 700 photos on Instagram, have been featured more than once as Artist of the day on iPhoneArt and my photo have been published on Pixels.
This blog is about showing some of my work, I hope you enjoy it.
Facts: I live in Italy, partly in Torino where I was born and partly in Milano where I work. Photography is not my work but my pleasure.