Thanks For an Epic Year!

Thanks For an Epic Year! Here's a short recap of 2019, aimed to please. Take a peek and looking forward to making more magic with you this year! Much love, Roberto Serrini - http://www.robertoserrini.com

3am Tattoo in Shanghai.

So, China is in the news oh so much lately, with the Wuhan Coronavirus flu pandemic and what not, so I thought it be nice to share another needle based story that ends a bit happier. A couple of years ago I found myself in Shanghai, one of my favorite cities on a shoot, and... Continue Reading →

20 ’20s phrases we should use in the ’20s

It's the roaring 20's and I'm all for it ... so here's 20 phrases from the 1920's I'm looking forward to bringing back in style in 2020... so here is what I did over the weekend: I took a jorum of skee before ankling to my hayburner cause Im no wurp, and headed to the... Continue Reading →

How to Travel like a Travel Writer (and not kill what you love).

The world is being destroyed by tourism and I am the cause. There are currently 1.4 billion tourists out there and that number is only growing at an alarming rate. The world is addicted to travelling and I am one of the many pushers out there on the streets giving them their fix. I have been... Continue Reading →

What is BlackBox and how do I get rich from selling Stock Footage.

So it occurred to me today as I cursed at the heavens after stubbing my toe on a stack of G-Tech drives that I have literally a crippling amount of footage lying around. As a travel content creator who has produced hundreds of videos around the world I have a robust collection of media to... Continue Reading →

Anthony Bourdain, a piece of cake, and a tattoo in Berlin. A modern fable.

I've been traveling seriously since I was 15, the son of two airline workers, way back when companion passes actually meant something. Over the years I've been lucky enough to visit every continent and many cities, and on occasion, when the trip is beyond special, I tend to get some ink put in me locally,... Continue Reading →

The Vintage Camera Quest: How it started.

  Like everyone I suspect, I had no choice falling in love with photography. My grandfather had a camera slung round his neck with the same frequency that dudes at Home Depot rock Oakley’s, that is, pretty much day and night. Growing up with him on Long Island some of my earliest memories have to... Continue Reading →

How to Rollback firmware and remove height restriction on your DJI Mavic drone.

  First of all, don't do this. But, for educational purposes, because I have a deep passion for coding, it's super interesting how easy it is to change ANY parameter on your fancy DJI Mavic ... YouTubber has a ton of great videos about the subject and once you enable debugging mode on your drone,... Continue Reading →

Boston with an infrared video camera.

We love to travel and gain new perspectives... we were fortunate enough to get a new visual perspective using a modified Sony RX100 by the amazing folks over at http://www.lifepixel.com - so very cool to see this beautiful American city in such a unique light. https://youtu.be/Yugka9soyjM If you want to see some more of what... Continue Reading →

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