Amandola: My Experience as a Middle School Teacher

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As I’ve already told you in my last post, in February I’ve spent some days in a beautiful small town, Amandola, in the middle of Italy, to teach photography to 16 students of a local middle school (these lessons were part of a bigger project about the city, “Visioni Sibilline”, but my task was focused only on photography). It was one of the most beautiful experience I’ve ever done as a photographer and I couldn’t believe how incredible these kids are: their photos were stunning, they really succeeded to tell the city, with amazing portraits and a lot of interesting images of the town. In this gallery I’m going to show you a selection of my favourite pictures, taken by these great 13/14 year old teenagers.

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“Manichini” by Daniele Pace

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Manichini come specchio della società? Secondo Daniele Pace, fotografo romano, il rapporto tra i personaggi delle vetrine e gli individui che popolano la società contemporanea è correlato, all’insegna della dicotomia tra l’apparenza e il valore reale dell’individuo: “Il progetto Manichini nasce circa un anno fa quando, trovandomi davanti a una vetrina di Roma, ho fotografato questi oggetti inanimati, ma esteticamente perfetti. Associai subito questo stato alla società di oggi che vive molto delle apparenze, a volte fregandosene del vero valore di noi stessi”.

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March 2018

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Another month is ending, winter is finished and spring is slowly coming to us. March is famous for its rain, reason why most of my photos are full of water and umbrellas. I’ve walked a lot last month, I’m training for my “Roma Coast to Coast” (a 21km photo walk) in April. So here we are, these are my 10 best shots of March.

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“Quartetti Sotterranei” by Massimiliano Vecchi

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[ENG] “Underground Quartets (even not complete)”, a photographic project by Massimiliano Vecchi, highlights the daily life of Rome in one of the landmarks of street photography: the underground. The story unfolds along the tracks of a continuously changing underground and tells in person, through the faces and actions of the people, unique fragments of life and moments of passage in the subsoil of the Eternal City.

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Travel Photography by Callie Eh

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It’s monday. The best way to begin a new week is watching a breathless gallery of beautiful pictures. Today I want to introduce you a great travel photographer, Callie Eh, from Malaysia: “I got my first DSRL 2008 and started taking photos during my travel. While I always enjoyed capturing the special moments but for me becoming a photographer is not something I have planned in the first place. I knew that i felt passionate about it but never take it really seriously, well not until 2015  when I came to Poland by chance of coincidence I met G coffee Company owner Gaston Sitbon, he seemed to really love my photographs and would love exhibit my photos at his cafe, since then the passion of photography is growing intensely. My passion for photography has changed my view of the world. I travel to different countries, and document my exploration through my camera. I love to photograph human interest and cultural of people. My goal is to show people with my photos that can warm their heart and the same feeling that I have brought to the photograph”.

So let’s warm your heart too and enjoy this beautiful gallery. Thank you Callie!

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