Photography allows you to look at the subject in a different way, with your own vision, and this project does... Read More
Photography allows you to look at the subject in a different way, with your own vision, and this project does not want to narrate the flowers but what the flowers are communicating to us. For the author, cut flowers, dried, plastic or still tied to one's own plant are subjects to be portrayed by catching what they are saying loudly, a portrait because the flower is in fact the subject we are photographing. The vibrations of the subject are transferred to the reader through the addition of colour in a sort of graphic painting that isolates them by creating a bridge, the emotional bridge. The use of bright colours, even when it comes to black, referred to Pop Art even if in essence it is a strong, decisive form of sensory communication, as are the vibrations transmitted by the subjects portrayed.