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Making Sense Of The World

"I don't think I have a visual style as a person. I might have a style in my way of approaching any given story,...

Opening New Windows

"Photography is a medium for me to get close to people and issues at large and a way of liberation from the stereotypical borders...

Something That Can’t Be Said In Words

"I always wanted photos to evoke a sense of recognition in the viewer instead of distance from the subject. To do this I want...

“Photography Is A Vessel”

"I'm not a huge lover of photography, but I love to be with my camera in hand and go and see and meet people...

“Photography Is A Mean Of Existence”

"There is great pleasure in meeting people who are despised by the world, in sharing a cup of tea with them, and discovering that...

Generating Questions

"A great photo is the one that makes you doubt, that generates questions." Gianluca Gamberini (born in 1979) is an Italian photographer, currently living in...

Patience. Dedication. Insomnia.

"I always tell people that I shoot "real people" doing "real things". I don't like to primp and preen and micro manage my shoots...

Time To Think

"To me photography is a time to think. Especially when I am doing my own work, it is a very reflective time." Polly Braden is...

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...

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