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Interview: Photographer Pietro Cordone (Italy)

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

I am an outgoing positive person with fundamental values ​​respect for everything and everyone and with a great passion for photography.

How and when did you approach photography?

It dates back to the 80's, my uncle was a great photographer, I spent a lot of time in his workshops and services, which made me passionate about photography.

What does photography mean to you?

Photography as magic manages to stop that moment that will remain for eternity.

Briefly describe your photographic style for our readers.

Briefly I tell you that I love Glamor very much.

Where do you get your inspiration from?

I look at very great photographers and more but I always remain with my eye.

Do you think in advance what you want in the photo?

Usually I plan what I want to do but I don't deny that I really like to improvise with what I have.

Study, on site or both?

The photo in the studio is interesting but I madly love to find locations with natural light from the Street to the urbex.

Would you consider yourself a paid hobbyist or professional?

Let's say that I would like to do my job with this hobby.

What was your most memorable session and why?

But there are particular sessions the urban nude of course you too will understand the difficulties in photographing the nude in a city with all possible precautions.

Nikon or Canon?

Nikon D700 and Fuji xt2 Favorite target? Fixed and bright lenses 35 1.4 x Fuji.

What is one piece of advice you would like to give to a new photographer?

But look honestly I would not know how to give advice but if you can make his passion into a job and how to do a lottery.

What do you think of our new magazine?

I find it really very interesting high quality content. Of course for me it is a great pleasure and honor to be part of it.

instagram: @pietrocordone_photographer

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