Dolomites in the dark
These photographs were made with the aim of representing the Dolomites as if they were blades of light in a "dark" environment. The "darkness" does not necessarily represent the night, but a state, a precise time, a story.
The "light blade" embodies the materiality, the dolostone, the rocks which make up these fantastic, unique mountains: rugged, hard, but also very delicate.
The last picture differs from the previous ones. The purpose of this work (still "in progress") is to imagine a process of approaching the mountain with lighting effects which lower the darkness and gradually reveal the light.
For these pictures I used a digital Leica d-lux with a strong underexposure of more than 3 f-stops.
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