The Land(e)scape project (an "escape" from landscapes) was born from the idea of raising awareness in every single individual on the subject "RESPECT ENVIRONMENT". As a photographer, my goal is to share pureness and beauty of each single place of the Earth, to show that it can reveal its unique colors and magic emotions, making each individual dream, escape from the real world, from the daily routine, gaining awareness of the importance of their role in keeping our planet safe, healthy, and shining in all its beauty and pureness. This particular set is from the Antelope Canyon: i tried to bring to life new shots, new points of view, new colors and perspectives.
Born in 1980, photographer since 2009, i started a few years ago attending photographic courses in Rome, "scuola romana di fotografia", Initially working with 35mm film cameras, i'm actually using also DSL cameras. In the last year my passion for landscapes led me to the medium format film cameras world: i'm actually using a Fuji GX617 camera. Love and respect for nature is at the basis of all my works.