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Richness In Everyday Life

"I find richness in everyday life, not in staged or arranged things. I don't like to "build" or "create" a photo. If it's there...

Fragments Of Life

"I'm curious about how America imitates itself. In a culture wrapped up in entertainment, it's sometimes hard to decipher whether what you're watching is...

Photographing Intimacy

"Questioning what you are doing in all situations is the only way you can figure out who you are behind the camera and what...

“What My Eyes Can’t Catch”

"I'm interested in what my eyes can't catch, the inexpressible. I try to represent the mysterious side of things." Marco Bottelli was born in 1978...

“A Way To Look At Reality”

"For me, photography is observing first, a way to let behind traces of our personal experiences." Gianluca Tamorri (born in Rome) is an Italian photographer,...

“Capturing The Atmosphere”

"I need to feel the atmosphere of the moment which is captured on a photo. It shouldn't answer all my questions, but should make...

The Hunter With The Camera

"Actually I find 99% of all photography dull and boring, including my own pictures, but still I can't stop doing it. It's like hunting,...

Keeping It Natural

"For me photography is basically research. I'm not very interested in journalistic events. I don't think photography can explain the world. But sure it...

Intimacy With The Subject

"My work is more issue-based, more conceptual. I define my photography as focusing more on the humanitarian aspects than on technicalities." Arindam Mukherjee (born in...

Respect For The Subject

"I think photography is a personal way to show your own vision. Photography lets me see things the way I imagine them, I can...

“When Things Become Pretty, I Get Lazy”

"I am always looking for reasons to live with a lot of movement in my life. I suppose I like the excitement of being...

Interacting With People

"Images speak louder than words, they move and transport me. I wanted to create my own images that did the same, go to new...

Giving A Sense To Reality

"Photography means to give a sense to reality. What it's impressive is the amount of different levels that photography involves: connecting esthetical, emotional, sociological,...

Simple. Direct. Humanist.

"Photography is, you might say, the great love of my life. I love the life that it allowed me to live. My photography is simple, direct, and documentary. And above all things humanist." Read More...

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