Welcome To My Website!
My name is Ugo Cei and I am a fine art, travel, and landscape photographer from Italy.
If you want to know more about me in particular, you can head to the About page, or you can read below to discover what this site has to offer.
The site you are looking at now started, like many others, as a blog where I dumped my thoughts and musings in a not very organized way. I was basically writing whenever I felt the urge to and it mostly served as my private writing outlet.
Over time, though, I noticed that people were coming here via Google searches, looking for something specific and for answers to their questions, were they about a location, a photographic technique or advice about a piece of equipment.
So I started to think that, in order to better serve those visitors, I had to reorganize, revision, edit, and clean up my content. So started a long process, with many nights spent at the keyboard, whose aim is to turn a haphazard collection of blog posts into a useful resource about travel and photography. The process is not finished yet, so you can expect more, if you decide to return.
The main areas of the website are the following:
Articles about travel destinations and what is interesting about them, from a photographer’s perspective. Discover!
Tips, tricks, and techniques about photography. Read more.
Some of the photo tours I lead, either with my own company, Mediterranean Photo Tours (see below) or with others. Read more.
A collection of my best photos. Here you will be able to buy prints soon. Visit.
All of the articles, in reverse chronological order. Browse.
Here are some external websites that are connected to this one and that I am currently involved with. Feel free to have a look.
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