Lines define the photographic style of Stefano Bertolotti, who prefers to shoot building interiors and exteriors—and autos, too. Today’s selection captures his style applied to people. This image really appeals me, and I hope to you. The color, contrast, and frozen movement. Stefano stops time as people rush to catch the train.
Architectural photography isn’t my thing, but he has a great eye for it, creating movement and sense of being present—which come across best when people are part of the shot. Stefano captured self-titled “Defilé” on July 6, 2013 using the Panasonic DMC GF1, which is a wonderful compact Micro Four-Thirds camera, and 20mm pancake lens. Photo vitals: f/1.7, ISO 100, 1/80 sec.
Photo Credit: Stefano Bertolotti