Name: Camilla Pizzini
City: Bolzano, Italy
A full frame body, Nikon D750
Main photographic subject:
Landscape and outdoors. Mainly South Tyrol’s and Italy’s landscapes.
I feel very attached to mountains, from the breathtaking sunsets, to the wind in the branches of the trees, to the rocks coloured in deep red. My photography express totally my passion for this. Since I started photographing, I completely changed my way to look at the environment around me. One of my main purposes is try to shoot with a person in every photo, to show how much what is around us is immense and breathtaking. Moreover I try to show nature in all its magnificence, with vivid colours and breathtaking composition.
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When did you start with photography? Where does this passion come from?
I grow up in a sportive family and I spent the major time of my life training in the mountains. Only 5 years ago I realised that what I love most it was not the activity itself, but the beauties which surrounded me. I started to see possible compositions for photos, even before taking them. Everything started from those moments. Since I bought my first camera at sixteen, nothing has stopped me.
Where do you come from? Has this place been your first photographic subject?
I come from Rovereto, a little town in Trentino Alto Adige, a region in the middle of the Alps. Here there are the most beautiful mountains of the world: the Dolomites. Since I was a child I have always spend a lot of time outside in the nature and I feel really attached to it. It was obvious that my first and favourite subjects would be landscapes and mountains.
What should photography communicate according to you?
Photography is the best media to show not just a point of view, but also an emotion, a perfect moment. The possibility to share and show it to other people is one of the aspects that I appreciate most about photography. Probably without it I would not be able to communicate my passions and my feelings, or even what I love about the world that surround me.
Why is so important to capture photographs while travelling according to you?
Travelling is the best way to discover the world around us, but more important is the best way to learn about ourself and about other stories. Photography is the best way to keep all of these memories safe and sharable with everyone.
Have you ever been to South Tyrol and what do you associate with this region?
I live in Bolzano, a town in the middle of South Tyrol. From here we can see everyday Dolomites and reach many amazing places really easily. It is a little paradise.
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