He was deeply moved by the aesthetic. The region has many models did not work. This for him is to create a trust.
Cassegrain Photograph - All rights reserved v. Matt Stuart I'm not sure which came first, my being nosey or an interest in 'street photography', but a fascination with people and the way they live their lives is why I enjoy the business so much. I can't hide behind lights and technology, I am reliant on a small camera, patience an lots of optimism.
Gabriele Rigon was born in in the Italian region of Friuli. Gabriele began photographing during the military peace missions that took him to many of the hot spots of our planet such as Namibia, Kurdistan, Albania, Lebanon, Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan. He is considered an eclectic who ranges from war reportage to the female nude, from fashion to space.
I must be the luckiest photographer alive. Photography was an important part of my childhood as my grandfather ran a photographic studio, begun by his father in I began to take my own photographs professionally in the Army, where I specialised in reportage work for my flight group. My first photographs were taken during a United Nations mission to Namibia in
AS: Coming from a family of artists, what are your earliest memories of art, seen or experienced in your childhood? How have they influenced your personal taste in art and, as a gallerist and curator, the present choices of artists you associate with? FST: I grew up in an all-encompassing artistic environment of sculpture, painting, music and literature.
Chapter V of 'The erotic eye and its nude'. Should you be under 18, or feel disturbed when watching pictures of the naked body, please refrain from reading this page further. Click on the name of the photographer or the thumbnail for a larger view.
I must be the luckiest man alive. I not only get to meet and photograph the world's most beautiful women, but when I'm not in the studio or on location I fly Chinook and Huey helicopters for the Italian army! My passion is to capture and share the sensual beauty of the female form.
Interview: Photographer Gabriele Rigon Italy. I was born inin a small town called Gemona del Friuli ITALY and my main work was helicopter pilot in the italian army photography is my passion. Since I was young I was accustomed to see people interested in photography, because my grandfather had a photographic studio. My grandfather studio was open sinceand before was owned by the father of my grandfather.