Tazio Secchiaroli Photography

Sophia Loren on the set of “C’era una volta” directed by Francesco Rosi, Matera, 1967 Tazio Secchiaroli first began practicing photography as a ‘scattino’ (an itinerant photographer) that proposed walkers, tourists and American soldiers to portray them in the streets of Italy. Promptly, he became one of the 1950s most famous paparazzi to the point of inspiring Marcello Mastroianni’s character in Federico Fellini’s Dolce Vita, … Continue reading Tazio Secchiaroli Photography

Interview with Roberto Manetta

– How and when did you become interested in photography? My photographic journey started during some of the best years of my life (1980), along with my completely manual Yashica. In 1999, with the introduction to digital cameras, I decided to dedicate myself, in more depth, to the study of fine art photography , inserting some artistic nude projects, which with time married with a deeper … Continue reading Interview with Roberto Manetta

Ferdinando Scianna

Ferdinando Scianna (born 1943) is an Italian photographer  Ferdinando Scianna started taking photographs in the 1960s while studying literature, philosophy and art history at the University of Palermo. It was then that he began to photograph the Sicilian people systematically. Feste Religiose in Sicilia (1965) included an essay by the Sicilian writer Leonardo Sciascia, and it was the first of many collaborations with famous writers. … Continue reading Ferdinando Scianna

“The Collateral Damage of Capitalism”

Paul D’Amato has been documenting dramas in the everyday lives of ordinary people for more than two decades. Born in 1956 in Boston, D’Amato claims to have learned as much from traveling across the country to go home—often by hitchhiking and hopping freight trains—as he did in class at Reed College in Oregon. After receiving an MFA from Yale he moved to Chicago, where he discovered communities … Continue reading “The Collateral Damage of Capitalism”

Anna Morosini: ‘hearthquake’, a love story

  Italian photographer Anna Morosini shares with us an unconventional love story. Shot in the aftermath of the latest earthquake that shook Italy, the editorial features Annalaura Lancia and Daphne Morelli in a very intriguing atmosphere. Fall, somewhere in Umbria…   Photo & Concept: Anna Morosini Models: Annalaura Lancia & Daphne Morelli Makeup artist: Francesca Renzini Continue reading Anna Morosini: ‘hearthquake’, a love story

Georgy Kurasov: A Third-Person Narration

Georgy Kurasov was born in 1958 in the USSR, in what was then Leningrad. He still lives and works in the same place, but now the country is Russia and the city is now called St Petersburg. Without any effort on his part whatsoever, Georgy seems to have emigrated from one surreal country to another. His native city was irrational from the very moment of … Continue reading Georgy Kurasov: A Third-Person Narration

Elizaveta Porodina-Harlequin

In her experimental fashion and fine art photography, Elizaveta Porodina travels through time and space, extracting the underlying emotions in her entrancing productions. The Moscow born studied clinical psychologist plays with melancholic symbolism, sets connotations, sometimes ambiguous, sometimes honest and obvious – her range widely varying between cinematic, fashion and almost documentary imagery. Whether in dramatic black and white or vividly colored artworks, the Munich … Continue reading Elizaveta Porodina-Harlequin

Interview with Street photographer Umberto Verdoliva

Born in Castellamare di Stabia (province of Naples) in 1961 and living in Treviso since 2004, Umberto Verdoliva has been photographing since 2006. Today, he holds workshops and in-depth studies on street photography. Member since 2010 of the international collective “Street Photographers”, in 2013 he founded “Spontanea”, an Italian collective dedicated to street photography. He has approached photography after having seen FAN HO’s Hong Kong … Continue reading Interview with Street photographer Umberto Verdoliva

David Hamilton Photography

David Hamilton (15 April 1933 – 25 November 2016) was a British photographer and film director best known for his nude images of young women and girls  His artistic skills began to emerge during a job at an architect’s office. At age 20, he went to Paris, where he worked as graphic designer for Peter Knapp of Elle magazine. After becoming known and successful, he … Continue reading David Hamilton Photography

Dana & Stephane Maitec

  We don’t  just take pictures.  We tell  stories. For over  20 years,  we  have been capturing  the  human  nature  at  its  best,  whether through  black & white or color photography, in studio or location. Dana & Stephane Maitec have collaborated with a wide range of people and each and every image has become a part of a friendship. Our  projects  have  always  revolved  around … Continue reading Dana & Stephane Maitec