At first, I tried to categorize Roberto’s photographs under specific field of photography but I failed. This is because Roberto’s work really has a special taste in each field, a taste that is derived from the wide soul of an Italian artist.
From the first look to his color photography, you would say he is really talented in implementing the colors in his photos and when you see his black and white photography, you would say that this artist does not need colors to express the beauty behind these black and white photos.
Before we go directly to see his photographs, let us know more about Roberto through his bio below:
Roberto Carnevali was born in Modena, Italy in 1968, where he still lives and works. As a kid he grew up breathing photography, having both parents very fond of it. At 9 years old, he was encouraged to take pictures with a Nikon Reflex totally manual. Self-taught, he learned from his mother the aspects to be more creative and instinctive in photography and from his father a more technical and reflective approach to the picture.
Photography becomes a hobby for many years, until the day everything changed. The sudden loss of his father disrupted his stability and turned his life upside down. From that day, photography became a necessity, like food and air. Roberto only realized after a few years, that photography was the remedy for his broken heart.
Photographer for passion, he explored the world of the image in all its eclectic shapes. He has a strong taste for the black and white, through which he creates his own visions and fascinations. He loves to tell stories that he has at heart, preparing photographic paths that lead the viewer to a direct link to emotions and sensations. Melting-pots, influences and inspirations for his way to create images, come from music and literature (Dylan, Springsteen, and Shakespeare).
Roberto is a promoter of the culture of photography: he arranges and personally takes care of photography classes, thematic tutorials and themed gatherings. He collaborates with the editorial staff of many important magazines of photography. His photos are the subject of many publications, exhibitions and projections.
Finally, I would like to give special thanks for Roberto in giving me the chance to share with you some of his great photography artworks and you can see more of his work by visiting his profile website here.
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