A particular vision of reality by Alessandro Paroldi

Alessandro’s passion for photography was born several years ago, when as a kid he enjoyed taking pictures with his parents' cameras, simple photos, moments of family life, common souvenir photos as happens in every family.

Tsingy Rouge (2) by Alessandro Paroldi

 

“I still remember the emotion you felt when you saw the photographs for the first time, how the expressions were commented on and with what care they were filed. At the age of about 20, I bought my first SLR, and from that moment the doors of a new world opened for me. I began to experiment with different forms of photography, to play with colors, lights, shadows, to immortalize contexts and situations that appeared before my eyes.”

Formentera by Alessandro Paroldi

 

“I began to experiment with different forms of photography, to play with colors, lights, shadows, to immortalize contexts and situations that appeared before my eyes”

Camogli by Alessandro Paroldi

“In those years the conviction began to develop in me that each photograph represented a particular vision of reality, a subjective vision of the photographer, conditioned both by the mood and the emotions and energy that a given context can offer. Usually when I arrive in a place I never start shooting immediately, first I try to settle in, to isolate myself, to observe and perceive the emotions that that context manages to transmit to me, only later I take the camera and start taking pictures. My way of interpreting photography is dynamic and changeable, I have never been anchored to precise patterns and styles, I love improvisation in all its forms, I love to capture the moments that pass before my eyes as I see them in that moment, I feel them, and I live them."

Andilana Beach by Alessandro Paroldi

“The conviction began to develop in me that each photograph represented a particular vision of reality, a subjective vision of the photographer, conditioned both by the mood and the emotions and energy that a given context can offer.”

Tsingy Rouge (1) by Alessandro Paroldi

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