About Shadows and Lights This storytelling tells about the mood I went through in a period in which everything has been violently shaken by the confinement I was kept in during the first phase of the pandemic in Italy. It was painful to drop my project in progress as I could no longer rely on the models who should have been the subjects of the photos I planned, there in my studio. As I was forced not to leave my apartment and compelled to use exclusively what I had at home, my creativity has suffered strong limitations. At the same...
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