Portrait

A portrait with a panorama camera is something really special: it is a way of establishing a strong relationship between the portrayed person and the ambiance to which he/she is related.

 

A possibility of working in very close contact with the person, and keeping the environment in focus and well open to the view allows to give a very "in deep" vision of the person and the surroundings.

All images & texts: Copyright Roberto Delpiano - 1997-2017
Barber at work - Torino, Italy

Barber at work - Torino, Italy

Saxophone player at the Carioca Metro station - Rio

Playing for busy people at the Carioca Metro station - Rio

Personnel in the Sambodrome kitchens during Carnival in Rio

In the Sambodrome kitchens during Carnival in Rio

Nice swank coffee shop in Torino

Nice swank coffee shop in Torino

Kidergarten kids posing for a portrait

A portrait in the crowd, I mean two, no three ...

Furnishing restauration - Moncalieri, Torino

Furnishing restauration - Moncalieri, Torino

Amsterdam - impromptu cyclist portrait in front of buildings

Amsterdam - impromptu cyclist portrait

Director of Institute of Anthropology posing - Torino

Director of Institute of Anthropology - Torino, long time ago

Rio de Janeiro - Customers in traditional bar

Getting an ice cold beer in a 'boteco' in Rio de Janeiro

Man feeding his young son during a plane travel

Life on a plane crossing the ocean - Feeding time

Rio de Janeiro: kindergarten on top of a building in Copacabana - Taking a shower

Rio de Janeiro: kindergarten on top of a building in Copacabana - Taking a shower

Proud owner of a salamy factory - Italy

Proud owner of salamy factory - Italy

Shoe fixing store - Rio de Janeiro

Where all shoes go to be fixed - Rio de Janeiro

Maternity Ward in Torino: man searching for his daughter

Hey! That's my girl! - Maternity Ward in Torino

Musicians practicing and having fun

Studio practicing: I'm on the saxophone - Photo: Marco Corongi

Waiting for someone in a Parisian bistrot

Waiting for someone in a Parisian bistrot

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