26 Feb Endless Motion
Source: Fuji X Passion
Whether on film or digital, Alberto Dall’Osso from Italy uses photography as a form of expression, creating work with a unique and personal approach, which is impossible to remain indifferent to.
Always pursuing simplicity, Alberto uses mostly an X100T, shooting at very low shutter speeds, to create moody and blurred images.
We are proud to present you with “Endless Motion”, an interview with Alberto Dall’Osso.
And be sure to check out his zine, in THIS post we published previously.
Hi Alberto, it’s a great pleasure to have you for this interview! Could you please start by introducing yourself to our readers?
Hello and thank you for having me. My name is Alberto, I’m 34, I’m from Italy and photography is one of the most important things in my life. I shoot both digital and film (which I develop and print myself in the darkroom), almost exclusively black and white.
When did you first get interested in Photography, and do you still remember your first camera?
I started shooting when I was 24. Weirdly enough, my first camera was a film camera, a Canon EOS Rebel 2000 I stumbled upon by chance. I bought a few rolls of film and started shooting randomly. I taught myself the basics of exposure reading the camera manual actually… I used to write down each frame’s exposure settings on a notebook and check afterwards to compare the results.
I believe that has been a fantastic way to
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