A little photo reportage from Dublin

      Last December a movement called “6000 sardine” (6000 sardines) started in Bologna, Italy.It was a spontaneous movement of citizens tired of politicians who spend more time on social media and tv than doing their actual job, tired of a very aggressive language, tired of seeing them bullying…

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Goodbye 2019, welcome 2020!

Happy 2020! I don’t know if it’s the funny number or if it’s just the excitement for the new projects ahead, but I have to say I feel particularly excited and optimistic for this new year! 2019 is now gone and I will remember it as one of the busiest…

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Breathe and smile

When I moved to Ireland, 5 years and 3 months ago, I had nothing. No house, no job, no love, no money. Little English. Things changed a lot in these years, definitely for the better (still plenty of room to improve, though). But yesterday I felt a little proud and…

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magills photography

2019: women’s year

After the #metoo campaign from last year, it looks like women are getting more and more power and visibility in all areas, from politics to arts (and can we say, it was about time?). There’s still a long way to go, but these are seeds to plant and grow, that…

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The Language Explorers website is now live!

Language Explorers is Mother Tongues’ award-winning language awareness initiative for primary and secondary schools. Language Explorers activities are designed to raise awareness of linguistic diversity in the classroom and in the community and to promote an interest in language learning.

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elena cristofanon

2018: what a year

2018 is now gone and it was quite a year! My third year in the business was very satisfying, full of new challenges, people and adventures. In the photo editing field, I had the chance to work with quite a few new photographers, three of them winners of the Fearless…

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Picture Carlo Bon Photography. www.carlobon.it

Enjoying a new toy: the Kodak Gold preset

It’s always a pleasure to start working with a new photographer whose photographs are beautiful. It is even more enjoyable when I can edit them with a brand new preset! Today I have delivered the first job for an amazing Italian photographer based in Venice, Carlo Bon. I loved his…

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