THE PSYCHOLOGICAL PORTRAIT
The portrait has the power to "transfigure" the form to the point of expressing the interiority of the photographer and the subject portrayed, bringing out emotions and moods well beyond the clichés of beauty and fashions. The "interior portrait" radiates thanks to the photographer's ability to grasp above all through the horizon of his gaze: anxieties, whispers, dinners, hesitations, grimaces of pleasure or pain, charisma, shyness, sensuality, in a relationship of empathy and trust with the subject. The portrait therefore, dealing with the person as a whole: BODY AND PSYCHE is always a psychological approach that allows you to create emotions and get to know your own. On the contrary, the individual is reduced to the rank of an object, a cliché of commercial use or a source of illusions.