Did you ever had utopian dream about an alternative space on Earth to live?
Italian filmmaker Ivan Olita continues to strike out for extraordinary encounters with people leading lives above our average conception of it.
Martin and Mima have always liked to travel and explore new places. Hiking, trekking, or backpacking are their means for achieving harmony with the nature. One day, they’ve decided to grab an old camera with them, took it for one of their trips and didn’t stop there. That’s how We Hike The World has started.
If you're keen on digital photography, it is likely that you have ran into the discussion about Colour Space settings on your camera offering you main the main colour spaces - Adobe RGB (1998) and sRGB. Even more likely, you have came across the opinion that using AdobeRGB enhances the colours in your pictures and therefore it is worthy to consider shooting and editing in it.
Technically, the AdobeRGB represents wider colour gamut but is there any practical reason for choosing it as your preferred work space?
Hollywood stars like Spike Lee and Viola Davis complain there are not enough roles and films and opportunities for black directors and actors. Texas-based and Zimbabwean-born Michael Maponga experienced this first hand. Maponga had an idea to change this but from the other end. He decided to create a platform to bring black cinema from around the world to an international audience.
Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat.
A crust varying in thickness. Choppy vast whiteness during summer transformed into a giant mirror during winter, after a thin layer of water falls on its surface. Spreading across high prehistoric plateau Altiplano under the dormant volcano Tunupa, it is the major breeding ground for pink, white and grey species of flamingos.