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Date: 27/05/2013 | By: Heather

‘Mirrorless Monday’ with Tiziana Annone and the Panasonic GF3


‘Mirrorless Monday’ with Tiziana Annone and the Panasonic GF3

There are many photographers today who use DSLRs for important work assignments, but desire the convenience of a small, portable yet high-quality camera for family outings and vacations. This is why mirrorless cameras have become so popular amongst professionals in recent years.

On Mirrorless Monday this week, we are featuring just this kind of photographer – Italian-born Tiziana Annone who, when not working on professional portrait and reportage jobs with her Canon D5 Mark II, uses her faithful Panasonic GF3, especially on her trips around the world with her six-year-old daughter Ambra.

Tiziana has decided to share two photos with us taken with her GF3 on her trip to Koh Phayam, Thailand this year, as well as one taken in her hometown of Torino. We love the ambiguous nature of her photography, and how she plays so freely with forms and shadows.

Tiziana's daughter on the beach in Thailand.
Tiziana’s daughter on the beach in Thailand.
Silhouettes on the beach in Thailand
Silhouettes on the beach in Thailand
The Torino city centre.
The Torino city centre.

About the Panasonic GF3, she states (translated from the original Italian):

These are photos taken with the Lumix GF3 with a 14-45mm lens. It is a great lens, but I’ve just bought the 20mm and its absolutely fantastic. I also find the menu very easy to use, and it’s really easy to adjust the sharpness, contrast, brightness and saturation. You can then decide whether or not you want to edit them, as they’re already good enough for printing. It is both light and small, and comes with a touch screen with which you can also easily take shots and choose your focus point.

Tiziana also has a website but it is currently under construction. If you are interested in knowing more about her or her work, you can contact her via email on her website’s homepage.

Remember, you too can be featured on Mirrorless Mondays! If you have a special photo you want to share, all you have to do is send us an email at with a) information about the mirrorless camera you used, and b) a short blurb about the photo!

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About the author: Heather Broster

Heather Broster was born in Canada, has lived in Japan and Italy but currently calls Wales home. She is a full-time gear tester at MirrorLessons. You can follow her on Google+, Twitter or Facebook!

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