There is always a human presence in Vittorio’s pictures, big or small or even if no one is photographed. And that presence carries a story about them.
Vittorio Scatolini, an Italian photographer, has told these stories since 1977 when he developed and printed his negatives, shot with the first reflex that he carries over his shoulder.
He does it with so much sensitivity that we could have the luck to see and read such touching photos of other humans and think about them, about their life, and our life. THEY are a part of us now.
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