Fotografare Torino al top
Giorgio Cerutti – Slow Shots
Passionate about photography from the earliest ages, full-time photographer and visual artist for six years, for three as a teacher, in private and in public schools, of photographic technique and expression; participates in solo and group exhibitions; organizes theme photo days and multi-day photographic trips in Italy and abroad.
Turin is known worldwide for the Mole Antonelliana, one of the highest masonry buildings in the world. From the Mole you can have a 360 ° view of Turin and of the main peaks of the Alps, from the Maritime up to the Lombard ones, on clear days.
But also other, more modest, but no less interesting “heights” are present in the city.
Some of these can be visited and offer closer and more curious views and views. The proposal is to climb the Campanile del Duomo (a nice and aesthetic climb of 210 steps) to conclude, after a short walk in the historic heart of Turin, we will go up, in a panoramic elevator, to the upper balcony of the Mole Antonelliana.
There will be stimuli for extraordinary photographic views, visual cues and stories.
What we offer and what to bring
Bring your own photographic equipment; the following objectives are recommended for a better yield (you can participate even if you don’t own them): – wide-angle lens (even 10 mm., 18 mm) for architecture and panoramas
– average lenses and canvases (50, 80, 135, 200 mm.)
Bringing, moreover, the desire to climb the Campanile of the Duomo and to take a stroll in the city of Turin.
If you own it, bring the Museum Card, alternatively the cost of tickets is 3 € Campanile and 8 € Mole.
Not recommended for the visually impaired, with problems with fine motor skills – ATTENTION: 210 steps!!!