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Peaceful invasion

Last weekend Torino was invaded by military forces. Peacefully. Every year thousands of members of the Italian Alpine troops joined together for a 3-day celebration, and this year it was Torino’s turn. The streets were swarmed with people wearing a … Continue reading

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The 21st century in images

I am a passionate reader of French quarterly revue XXI. It’s a greatly interesting magazine about real journalism and reportages, a deep look into the themes proposed in every issue. I have been reading it since its very beginnings, travelling to France to … Continue reading

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The language of light

In these last weeks I’ve been thinking about me as a photographer and about my photography as well. I haven’t come up with a conclusion yet, but I’m trying to tidy up the little mess that these last years have … Continue reading

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Storytellers

What makes you a photographer? Is it only the tools you use or is it something else? Damon Winter is a photographer specializing in documentary, editorial, and portrait photography, and who has won the third place at Picture of the … Continue reading

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Order and mess filled with meaning

“do not, under any circumstances, belittle a work of fiction by trying to turn it into a carbon copy of real life; what we search for in fiction is not so much reality but the epiphany of truth.” Azar Nafisi, … Continue reading

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Why literature and photography?

Because they are two ways to tell stories, to create narratives and we are storytellers. Both literature and photography present a subject (or object) letting the “reader” to fill the gaps between lines, to fill them with information that we … Continue reading

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