In Italy, May is been the first month of this new weird normality after the lockdown. Of course, also the first month on the street for me. Here a selection of some shots I took in the last 31 days (well, a bit less actually).Continue reading
Yesterday I walked in Roma for almost 17km with my camera and a 50mm. It’s been incredible how empty are tourist spots like Colosseo or Fontana di Trevi! I didn’t take great images but it’s nice to be back in the streets after two months of lockdown. Here a selection of images that I took in the last days, the first week of our new normality, as you can see sadly full of human isolation.Continue reading
For Street Photography, Roma is one of the most interesting cities in the world. A place full of contradictions, where the sacred and the profane, Romans and foreigners, the bourgeois soul and the popular one coexist. A colorful mixture of students, workers, politicians, priests, tourists and artists. All of them in constant balance between religious faith, football faith, political faith or simply between the various nuances of daily life. My ambition, as a photographer born and raised in Rome, is to catch these contradictions, collecting random moments from the life of my city. Moments that can reflect its moods, its colors, its feelings. But above all, through Street Photography, moments that can tell its life.Continue reading
As I’ve already told you in the last posts, I’m organizing my archive, I’m opening all the folders I have since 2009 to create a good selection of images for my archive. Today I want to show you some pictures of my travel in Istanbul, one of the most beautiful city I’ve ever visited. All the images are taken in 2012.Continue reading
Last week Elisa Tomaselli, beautiful soul and fantastic photographer, left us. She was a very sweet girl, ironic, smart and it’s hard to believe that she is not with us anymore, we’ll going to miss her a lot. I want to pay homage to her with this gallery with some of her beautiful shots.
Goodbye Elisa and thank you for your photography.
The country that I always dream about is, without any doubt, Japan. I’d really like to visit it one day, I think it would be the best for my photography style and for my taste. When this amazing country meets a great street photographer like Daniele Salutari, after seeing the images I dream of Japan even more, if possible. But words are not enough to explain it, let the images talk! Enjoy this gallery and visit Daniele’s website or Instagram.
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