Interview: Photographer Patrizia Moretti (Italy)
Can you tell us a little about you?
Hello, everybody I call Patrizia Moretti, I was born and live in Perugia, near Rome. But, very often, for five years now, I move to other cities for my photographic sets, preferably in Rome, Turin and Milan. I love traveling, meeting new people and building new relationships of friendship.
How and when did you get into photography?
I have always had a great love for art and especially for architecture. Photographic passion was born for gaming, during some pleasure trips, where I felt the need to stop memories by taking photos. So I bought, first a small machine and after a while, a very simple reflex. I started taking landscapes and only in 2013 I was passionate about doing female portraiture. Since then I have been more and more passionate, deepening my knowledge, studying lights, postproduction, and above all learning the approach and the management of the many models I have been delighted to portray during the sets.
Please briefly describe your photography style for our readers.
Normally photographer with natural light, which I prefer artificial due to its softness and the ability to make subjects closer to the truth. My constant quest consists in making every woman unique and identifying her personal characteristics. My greatest dream is to convey emotions, to tell the feminine universe through its many facets, with grace, sensuality and above all class.
I love both color and BW, because I believe every photo has its own story and it is necessary to follow the message without forced conversions. Use Nikon Reflex and especially I love the 50mm 1.4
What is one piece of advice you would like to offer a new photographer looking to start their own business?
To anyone who wants to get closer to the world of photography, especially at Portrait and Naked, I always recommend thinking that there is a person in front of your lens and not a thing. For this, a lot of love, much respect and a lot of accuracy are needed to create the right feeling for doing a good job.
What do you think of our new magazine?
I think your magazine is really very interesting with great content and well done works. It's a great pleasure to be here with you!