Conceptual & narrative

A successful photograph tells a story.
Conceptual and narrative photography must get a visceral impact on the viewer, it must catch his eyes, it must inspire him…

The aesthetic choices of composition, framing and lighting are involved in the development of what we want to show / tell / share: they are not the final goal of photography, just tools to achieve a “visual message.”
Cinephile from an early age, I’ve repeatedly tried a unique approach to narrative photography through “conceptual photo novels”, mixing narrative cinema and meaningful photographic framing construction to serve a story.

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