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INTERVIEW WITH … Massimiliano Marchese

Researched by Roberta Pastore


I live in a small town near Catania, in Sicily (IT) and I am a traveler who love photography … I like to tell through the lens that surrounds me and I love to do it in black and white, a true expression of my shots … I love the way , the people and the looks, I’m excited to tell me the life that flows past through photography and it makes me happy to convey that emotion to the viewer my shots , the rest of the photograph is it? There are moments of life frozen in time .

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The METRO is the soul of the city, a world that runs beneath another, it is the fastest way to get from one point to another of the crowded metropolis. Millions of people flock to train stations and living in harmony with the hectic pace of everyday life … Trying to collect emotions immortalized MetroLife was born, a project made with the photos in the subways of New York, London, Paris, Lisbon.



When did you start a passion for the photography?
I have always liked photography as art, but the real passion was born about five years ago … a friend saw my picture made with a small compact and said to me, you know you’re good? If you commit something better you can do it.


What was your first camera?
My first SLR was a Nikon D5000, companion of a thousand adventures.

What is photography to you? And what should not be instead?
Photography for me is to tell with images the emotions I feel walking in the street, moments of life frozen in time and should not be intrusive and offensive and respect the ‘ethical and above all subjects taken, without transforming them into objects to be shown.

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Which masters of photography inspires you?
I do not think of anyone in particular inspire me . I can say that I love street photography and consequently I love photos of Bresson, Erwitt and other Magnum photographers including our Pellegrin and not to mention Scianna..Mi also like reportage and consequently McCurry, and many other great National Geographic as Alan Harvey, etc .

Metro Life 1

What is the photo that struck you the most of a great photographer of the story?
-The picture that impressed me the most is that bicycle Cartier Bresson . I love that picture, for me it is perfect :vision, technique, composition, dynamism and luck , it’s all concentrated there.



What is your favorite technique?
Technique?  What is it?

Why do street photography?
Why is the real picture, the one without poses, spontaneous and embarrassing at times,  exciting, narrator, geometric and full of light and shadow . I love it
 What is your best shot and what does it represent for you?
I love the photos of the two embraced on the subway in New York, I love it , for me in that shot is enclosed love, excites me always look the same, even though it’s been a while .


What is your relationship with the street and the people who are in your shots?
My relationship with them and with the road? Well the road is life, everyday life and spontaneity. with people, there is no relationship, my shots are random and I think if there was a certain complicity would lose the naturalness . I just try to tell the ’emotion that transmit to me.



– Personal Exhibition in Caltagirone (CT) Italy, Nov. 2010

– Collective Exhibition “Scordia ieri, Scordia Oggi” in Scordia (CT) Italy, Jan. 2011

– Collective Exhibition “Vadda e Talia” in Scordia (CT), Italy, Jun 2011

– Collective Exhibition “Mediterranean Quilt”, Erice (TP), Ago/Sept 2011

-Collective Exhibition “Colo Artes” in Scordia (CT), Italy, Apr 2012

– Collective Exhibition “Artisti in Vetrina” Caltagirone (CT), Italy, Dec. 2013

– Collective Exhibition “Deep” in Palermo (PA), Italy, Dec. 2013

– Collective Exhibition “Una Vetrina per l’arte” in Scordia (CT), Italy, Dec 2013

– Collective Exhibition “Chi ciauru di Inetra”” in Scordia (CT), Italy, Apr 2014

– Personal Exhibition “American Beauty” in Catania (CT), Italy, Apr. 2014

– Personal Exhibition “Inedito #40” in Catania (CT), Italy, Jul. 2014

– Collective Exhibition “Street Dreams Festival in Caltagirone (CT), Italy Sept. 2014 – Collective Exhibition “ La Donna” in Monza (MB), Villa Reale, Dec. 2014

Interview :

– Interview on Street View Photography, Sept. 2013:

– Interview on APF Mag, Oct. 2013 – Interview and presentation of the project “Metropolis” at the photo club “I Lestrigoni”,Lentini(SR), Italy, Apr 2014

– Interview on Chair Mag, Oct. 2014 – Street Photography in the World, Dec. 2014
Publications: – Il Fotografo, Gennaio 2012 – APF Mag. Oct 2013

– Sociart Network Mag, Ago 2014 – Vieworld photo magazine, Gen 2014

–, Nov 2014


INTERVIEW WITH … Daniel Eliasson

Researched by Marco D’Aversa


When did you start a passion for the photography ?

I have always been photographing for as long as I can remember. Around 2008 I started my passion for street photography, which has grown ever since. At the time I didn’t know that my passion for documenting social life was called “Street Photography”.


What was your first camera?

My first camera was a “point and shoot” camera that I got when I was about 12-13 years old. I didn’t know much about photography, but tried to carry the camera with me as much as I could. For me it was a way to collect and preserve memories. So most of my photos was from everyday life with friends and family. Ten years later I bought my first digital SLR. A Canon EOS 300D with the 18-55 kit lens. I loved the camera, and the fact that I instantly saw the result. I quickly developed my skills and learned how the lens behaved. At the time I took photos of my kids doing ordinary and mundane things; brushing teeth, crying at the dinner table, going to kindergarten and watching television. Today these pictures really means a lot to me, and I’m glad I documented real life instead of the usual posed photos that’s so common.



What is photography to you? And what should not be instead?Photography is my way of preserving memories. Share my way of seeing the world. It’s my way of relaxation and a way to outlet my creativity.

Ghetto Boy

Alone in Haga

Which masters of photography inspires you?

My biggest inspirations are:

  • Inta Ruka – the amazing portrait photographer from Riga.
  • Vivian Maier – Since I saw her photos a couple of years ago, and realised that my street style with the person in focus was very similar to her street style.
  • Anders Petersen – A good picture should make you feel. Some of his best photos cannot leave anyone untouched.





What is the photo that struck you the most of a great photographer of the story?

The photo that stuck me most is a photo from Anders Petersen’s “Mental Hospital”-series ( A woman with flowers in her hair hugs and kisses an older woman. The older woman has her eyes closed and you can feel the photo how this woman hasn’t been hugged in a long long time. This is pure raw emotion in a photo.



What is your favorite technique?

When I shoot street photography I try to come as close as possible. My best shots are from 1-2 meters. I wait until the person notice me and shoot the second they look in the camera. This gives the photo a certain presence that’s hard to describe. After the shot many people start talking to me, and I get amazing stories from their lives. Since I never try to hide my photography, people also get a chance to ask what the heck I’m doing. I politely explain that I’m a street photographer and give them my business card. Many of my subject later starts following my photography through my Facebook page ( You can follow my lens through this video I shot during one of my street walks:


Why do street photography?

I have a passion for documenting the social life, and feel that I have an important task for coming generations. My work will be a lifetime work and hopefully my work will be viewed for years to come. I share my photos and my best photography tips on my website ( which has an increasing number of international visitors each day. Street photography has given me a lot of professional jobs, which has giving me new opportunities to make a living on Street photography. I hold workshops and lectures in Street photography, and has also had the oppurtunity to work as a Street Photography university teacher in Gothenburg.



What is your best shot and what does it represent for you?

One of my own favourites is a photo shot at night in a tram in Gothenburg. A young couple sits tightly and the man gently bends forward and smell the womans hair. I call the photo “The scent of your hair”. It represent my photography; emotions, instant moment and a timelessness.



Lovers and fireworks

What is your relationship with the street and the people who are in your shots?

I love the streets and the people socialising on the streets. I’m a very social photographer and smile, talk and joke with many of my subject. It’s not unusual to see my subjects walk away with a smile, flattered that I noticed them and took their photo. Since I usually give my business card to the subjects, they start to follow me on Facebook and Twitter. I get to know a lot of people this way.







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Kiss full of love