Trip - Paolo Cecchin

Paolo Cecchin’s studio is based in Milan. He has always wanted to be a painter.

Maybe this is one of the reasons why he personally retouches all the images that he produces, another reason is the ability to control each stage of the work with greater precision. He starts with a black canvas where light is allowed to tell the story through contrast and shadow. He is fascinated by light. It comes from his love of nature and sometimes hanging on the wall of a mountain watching the lights on the horizon. The fact is that being a photographer gives him a way to reconcile his passion for creativity, energy, adventure and storytelling.


http://www.cecchin.com

Instagram @paolo.cecchin


Could you share how do you expand your vision of art, fashion?

Artistically, I try to isolate myself from the world so that I won't be influenced by anything. I go to art exhibitions, but rarely to photography ones: that way I won't envision a concept that has already been digested and created with a camera.




Could you share how do you expand your vision of art, fashion?

Artistically, I try to isolate myself from the world so that I won't be influenced by anything. I go to art exhibitions, but rarely to photography ones: that way I won't envision a concept that has already been digested and created with a camera.




Do you have any problem on the way of your profession? How did you solve it?

I don't have problems on my profession as an art photographer, more likely, I don't have enough time to promote my work and dedicate myself entirely to it. I solve this last aspect by working on more commercial projects too, though also in this case I am very careful in the selection of the projects I accept to take part in.




Who are the people impact most in your profession? What do you learn from them?

Everyone and no one. I've never had idols and I am open to changing my mind completely if I realize that a particular project has run it's time and doesn't inspire me anymore.




How do you think about your work? Is it what you like, or simply saying a dream?

I believe the “classic” photographer will slowly disappear as a profession. What I love about my work is that I can create a photoshoot scenario from nothing. I like to develop a though, an idea, a concept. I don't take a shot of the moment in itself, I create it.




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