Friday, January 22, 2016

Stefano Bollani in Ankara 10 songs improvisation

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Tüyap Palas food shooting

The 1st week of March 2014 I  had an assignment for Tüyap Palas ( http://www.tuyappalas.com/ ), an luxury hotel in Istanbul, here the Executive chef is Erdem Dirbali, one of the best Turkish chef and the captain of the Chef Turkish Team.
We had 2 full day of shooting, intense but full of satisfactions for both.
Here some preparation, BTS, and the final results.

Erdem Dirbali
Erdem Dirbali
Erdem Dirbali






Erdem Dirbali Executive Chef, Roberto Giobbi Photographer.

More photos on my web site Imago Studyo

For contact please email me: Roberto Giobbi


All These photos are copyrighted, please don't use, copy or modify without a write declaration or permission from me.

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Carnival Mask Party at Palazzo Venezia Istanbul


Saturday 1st of March 2014 in Istanbul the Italian Ambassador in Turkey Gianpaolo Scarante and the wife Barbara, organize the Traditional Carnival Mask Party. This happening is a must for the "good society" and the results was amazing.

I was the photographer for the Embassy and here some of the nice mask of the evening.

All the photos are copyrighted you cannot use,copy or modify without write permission.
Imago Studyo


The Italian in Turkey Gianpaolo Scarante and his wife Barbara Marengo
Gianpaolo Scarante and his wife Barbara Marengo

Rahmi Koç and the Italian traditional mask of Venezia
lber Ortaylı


Rahmi Koç and the Italian traditional mask of Venezia
Gianluca Alberini Italian General Consul in Istanbul


Serra Yilmaz











Sunday, October 13, 2013

Web Design

Imago Studyo is more than one year is creating web site.

The last 5 sites designed ( and re-designed for mobile version ) are:


I'm extremely happy with the final work and so the customer.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

CANON Unveil the new Canon Eos 70D

London, UK, 2 July 2013
Canon today unveils an outstanding new addition to its world-famous EOS series – the EOS 70D. Designed for aspiring enthusiast photographers, the EOS 70D is the ideal camera for anyone looking to take their photography to the next level. It combines completely new, world-first Canon imaging technology with powerful, creative and wireless sharing features – delivering a responsive, all-purpose camera ideal for capturing the moment with stunning images and Full HD video.
Capture the moment with stills and Full HD movies
The EOS 70D features a new 20.2 MP APS-C CMOS sensor, designed and manufactured by Canon. It’s the first Digital SLR in the world to feature ground-breaking Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology, which delivers smooth and accurate autofocus (AF) when shooting Full HD movies and fast AF acquisition when shooting in Live View mode. Paired with the 14-bit DIGIC 5+ processor and 19-point all cross-type AF System, the EOS 70D captures incredible, full resolution images at up to 7 frames per second, with up to 65 JPEG or 16 RAW images in a single burst*. Additionally, a native ISO range of ISO 100-12800 enables photographers to shoot in lower light conditions and use faster shutter speeds whilst retaining high image quality.

Canon’s new Dual Pixel CMOS AF provides swift AF performance when shooting in Live View mode and smooth accurate focus for Full HD movies. It makes it easy for users to take their next step with movies, enabling them to keep moving subjects in sharp focus and create professional-looking pull-focus effects. The technology utilises advanced CMOS architecture, allowing two photodiodes to be mounted within each pixel, both of which can be read independently to achieve autofocus, or together for image capture, with maximum image quality at all times.
An advanced AF system for stills includes 19 cross-type AF points spread across the frame, providing high speed, accurate AF – ideal for tracking sports and wildlife subjects as they move within the frame. The AF system is customisable, allowing photographers to adapt to the subject they’re shooting. AF points can be used individually, together in small groups, or as a wide active area for more unpredictable subjects. A dedicated AF area selection button, positioned conveniently next to the shutter release, enables quick switching between modes, without having to take the camera away from the eye.

The EOS 70D is a mid-range SLR for enthusiast photographers that from the outside looks like a sensible, indeed desirable upgrade to the EOS 60D. It borrows many of the best bits from Canon's existing SLRs, including the autofocus sensor from the EOS 7D, the fully articulated touchscreen from the EOS 700D (Rebel T5i), and built-in Wi-Fi from the EOS 6D. But on the inside it sports an entirely new sensor that is, potentially, revolutionary. It offers 20.2MP resolution, but uses a 'Dual Pixel CMOS AF' design in which every single pixel is split into two separately-readable photodiodes, facing left and right. This means that in principle they are all capable of phase detection autofocus in live view and movie mode.

Will be perfect for wedding, and theatre shooting as well for HD video.

Here a video

Canon - How Dual Pixel CMOS AF works


video


Expertly designed for professional control
The EOS 70D’s powerful specification is packed into an expertly-engineered body that’s designed for comfort and swift operation. The Intelligent Viewfinder, with 98 per cent frame coverage and 0.95x magnification, allows photographers to comfortably frame their images and visualise settings via the electronic overlay. Conveniently-placed controls provide instant access to the most frequently used settings, such as ISO, AF mode selection and metering, so users can quickly change settings and concentrate on capturing the moment.
A 7.7cm (3.0”) Vari-angle Clear View LCD II Touch screen with a sharp 1,040k dot resolution is ideal for video shooting, or composing images from unusual and creative angles. The screen is a capacitive type, which supports a series of multi-touch gestures including swiping and pinch-zooming – perfect for navigating menus, amending settings or flicking through images.

Clever connectivity for easy control and instant sharing
The EOS 70D is the latest EOS model to feature integrated Wi-Fi, providing the freedom to remotely control the camera, as well as share images. Using Wi-Fi connectivity, users can connect to the EOS Remote app and control a wide range of image settings, including ISO and exposure, as well as focus and release the shutter. Photographers can also remotely use Live View mode, as well as review and rate their images.

Instant creativity unleashed
The EOS 70D features a host of creative modes to make capturing unique images easy. In-camera HDR removes the challenges of shooting in tricky, high contrast situations, merging three exposures into one that captures more detail in both the shadow and highlight areas. With multiple-exposure mode, photographers can shoot and combine up to nine exposures into a single image, or use a range of Creative Filters to instantly change the style and look of their shot.
Experimenting with creative off-camera flash is easy, thanks to the Integrated Speedlite transmitter, which provides in-camera control of multiple Canon Speedlite EX flash units.


Creative Full HD Movies
Alongside beautiful stills, the EOS 70D allows photographers to create high quality movies with ease. Full HD (1920 x 1080p) resolution video can be captured with a choice of selectable frame rates, including 30, 25 or 24fps, and 60 and 50fps at 720p, and a range of compression options for post-editing and sharing. Thanks to new Dual Pixel CMOS AF, Movie Servo AF mode tracks subjects as they move, or even as shots are recomposed, ensuring they’re always in focus. Alternatively, users can select different focus areas over 80 per cent of the frame** simply by tapping the touch-screen, even when recording – ensuring that movies stay sharp and clear if a subject moves or the user changes the composition of a shot.
Videographers can also enjoy stereo sound using the internal microphone, or enhance audio with the in-built external microphone input terminal. Full control over settings such as aperture and ISO is also possible within manual mode, giving users greater freedom as their skills develop.
EOS 70D – key features:
  • 20.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5+
  • 19 point cross-type AF System and 7 fps shooting
  • Dual Pixel CMOS AF
  • Instant sharing and remote control with Wi-Fi
  • ISO 12800 (H:25600)
  • Vari-angle 7.7cm ClearView II LCD touch screen
  • Intelligent viewfinder
  • Full-HD movies
  • *UHS-I card required for maximum burst duration
**Dual Pixel CMOS AF is possible over 80 per cent of the width and height of the Live View frame

Asap there will be a deep test and published on our  site: IMAGO Studio

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Canon 5d Mark III new Firmware released

Canon have released firmware update 1.2.1 today for the 5DMK3 which is one of the most comprehensive firmware feature additions ever seen for a Canon camera.  You can download it HERE.


 

Here is a list of the changes made with this firmware:
  1. Uncompressed HDMI output is now enabled.
  2. Enables the centre AF point to autofocus when the camera is used with Canon EF lens/extender combinations whose combined maximum aperture is f/8.
  3. Improves the speed of the camera’s acquisition of focus when using a Canon Speedlite’s AF-assist beam.
  4. Fixes a phenomenon in which the LCD monitor may freeze and display ‘Err 70’ or ‘Err 80’ when a still photo is taken during Live View or in movie shooting mode.
  5. Fixes a phenomenon that may occur when the continuous shooting priority setting is enabled for multiple exposures, such that, after the sixth image is taken, there is a slight pause before the remainder of the sequence is completed.
  6. Fixes a phenomenon in which the viewfinder display shows incorrect information during AEB shooting.
  7. Communication with the WFT-E7 Wireless File Transmitter has been improved.
  8. When images have been successfully transferred with the WFT-E7 Wireless File Transmitter through the FTP protocol an ‘O’ will be displayed. When images have not been successfully transferred with the WFT-E7 Wireless File Transmitter through the FTP protocol, an ‘X’ will be displayed.
  9. Fixes a phenomenon in which the camera may not function properly when an Eye-Fi card is used.
  10. Fixes a phenomenon in which the focal length value listed in the Exif information is not displayed correctly for images shot with the EF24-70mm f/4L IS USM lens.
  11. Fixes a phenomenon in which the lens firmware cannot be updated properly.
  12. Corrects errors in the Arabic language menu.
  13. Fixes a phenomenon in which the camera changes the AF microadjustment value to -8.
  14. The lens compensation data for the EF24-70mm f/4L IS USM lens has been added.
  15. Fixes a phenomenon in which the on-screen guidance cannot be fully displayed when setting the maximum limit value for the ‘Setting the ISO Speed Range for Auto ISO’ option.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Canon develops a new 35mm full frame CMOS sensor

Canon develops 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor

 

 Yesterday Canon announce a new 35 mm Full-Frame sensor for video recording in HD with fantastic sensibility in extreme low light conditions.



TOKYO, March 4, 2013—Canon Inc. announced today that the company has successfully developed a high-sensitivity 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor exclusively for video recording. Delivering high-sensitivity, low-noise imaging performance, the new Canon 35 mm CMOS sensor enables the capture of Full HD video even in exceptionally low-light environments.


The newly developed CMOS sensor features pixels measuring 19 microns square in size, which is more than 7.5-times the surface area of the pixels on the CMOS sensor incorporated in Canon's top-of-the-line EOS-1D X and other digital SLR cameras. In addition, the sensor's pixels and readout circuitry employ new technologies that reduce noise, which tends to increase as pixel size increases. Thanks to these technologies, the sensor facilitates the shooting of clearly visible video images even in dimly lit environments with as little as 0.03 lux of illumination, or approximately the brightness of a crescent moon—a level of brightness in which it is difficult for the naked eye to perceive objects. When recording video of astral bodies, while an electron-multiplying CCD, which realizes approximately the same level of perception as the naked eye, can capture magnitude-6 stars, Canon's newly developed CMOS sensor is capable of recording faint stars with a magnitude of 8.5 and above.
Using a prototype camera employing the newly developed sensor, Canon successfully captured a wide range of test video, such as footage recorded in a room illuminated only by the light from burning incense sticks (approximately 0.05–0.01 lux) and video of the Geminid meteor shower. The company is looking to such future applications for the new sensor as astronomical and natural observation, support for medical research, and use in surveillance and security equipment. Through the further development of innovative CMOS sensors, Canon aims to expand the world of new imaging expression.



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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Street photo in Ankara

I like to shoot street photos.
I like to shoot street photos with wide lenses. My preferred lens for street is an old Canon 17-35 L f2.8.

When you shoot with wide lens you have to go close to the action, you have to be in the photo. 24 mm too is a quite good lense to shoot street.

What I really don't like is who shoot with zoom in street. In my personal opinion in this way you are "stealing" something.

I know is not easy to stay into the action and shoot and have a natural feeling in the photo, but any zoom , in street, don't give the correct prospective like photographer.






My personal goal in street session is to stop a piece of "soul". Register on the sensor not only the moment, but, most important, the "soul" of the moment.
Some day I walk for hours and I take only few photos, because there is not the right feeling.
Some day in half hours I shoot like crazy.




Nice place to shoot in Ankara are the renewed Kuğulu Park, or near the Castle area of Ulus.
In the open market, PAZAR or HALI too is wonderful to shoot, for example early in the morning .



Carnival in Istanbul

For the last Carnival day I had an assignment really exciting, shoot the Carnival Party in Italian Embassy Residence in Istanbul, Palazzo Venezia.
 Here some shoot from the party and  some internal shoot in HDR.


HDR Shooting with +/- 2 EV and post production.

So after the Internal architecture  I shoot the party.










Here some nice picture of the happening



Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Professional Studio Workshop

23-24-25 November 2012
1-2 December 2012

No more than 8 people


Where: IMAGO STUDIO – Dikmen – Hurriyet cd. Elmadağ sk.16/a, Tel:0312.4811440

In this workshop we want to go deep in some aspect of studio photo sessions

Who can attend: who has a DSLR camera

Program
Friday 23 November from 18:30 → 21:00:
presentation theory and basic thing to know to work in studio

Saturday 24 November 14:00 → 19:00
Studio shoot session:
Portraits different set up for lights for different results

Sunday 25 November: 14.00 → 19.00
Studio shoot session:
Products shoots: set up and different way to shoot objects ( different type from simple catalog photos to nice “art”composition and light paint technique

Saturday 1 December 14.00 → 19.00
Products shoots
Every one of participants will bring something to shoot, Splash photography

Sunday 2 December 14.00 → 19.00
Stock photos
How to shot and how to improve it.
Shot in studio people and products for Stock photography

The last hour will be dedicate to talk again about all the workshop and to see the photos of participants

Cost: 200 TL per person
Please make your reservation as soon as possible
robertogiobbi@gmail.com