Tag : Italian Photographer

Personal Best: Paolo Jommelli

My Personal Best: Italian Photographer Paolo Jommelli

Paolo Jommelli freelance photographer attends the lessons of the photographer Mimmo Jodice at the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples. Later he graduated at the University Federico II (Naples) in Philosophy of Language and in Archeology and Art History University L. Vanvitelli (S.M.Capua Vetere). Specialized in the documentation of works…

The White Pearl: A White Painted Village In Itria’s valley By Tiago And Tania

Ostuni is a white painted village located in the Itria’s valley, perched on three hills. Its predominant color has made it one of the most famous Italian south cities in the world. This charming white pearl, with a warm and welcome heart, tells its peculiar culture with the typical Italian…

My Personal Best: Italian Street Photographer Andrea Rossi

Born and living in Milan, Italy. My dad was a passionate amateur photographer, but I bought my first camera only at the age of 30. With years, my interest became a passion: I was inspired by HCB, Elliott Erwitt, Martin Parr, Luigi Ghirri, Nils Jorgensen. Then the passion became a…

A Long Journey Through Nothing New: Photo Series By Gianluca Morini

I started this project in 2017, drawn to develop its embryonic form by a personal necessity. I wanted to re-evaluate the place where I was born and raised, explore it and especially capture it, with special attention being paid to industrialization’s marks on the territory. I find particularly fascinating how…

An Intimate Interview With Street Photographer Michele Liberti By Arek Rataj

Michele Liberti was born and lives in Naples. As a young man, he was an assistant photographer for weddings. He then abandoned photography for various reasons, returning to it in 2008. In 2011, he came across the SPNC group (Street Photography Now Community) through Flickr and became passionate about Street…

Italian Photographer Luca Tombolini Beautifully Captured The Remote Deserts

Luca Tombolini is a Milan born photographer, and his work involves photographing landscapes during long solo trips to remote desert areas. In his photographs, you can find purity and simplicity with solid colors. In his words, about this series: “In my photography, I’m following a fascination for desert primordial places.…

Aerial Flowers: Photo Series By Italian Photographer Erika Zolli

Aerial Flowers – Erika focuses on the body and its harmonious development through movement. The project consists of a series of eight images showing the same subject immortalized in eight different positions. Minimal images on a black background embellished by the sensuality of the aerial disciplines of the circus and…

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