Alessandro Panelli
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Alessandro Panelli

photographer

 
 
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Film Photography

Since 2008, fighting for the authenticity of photography...

... everything you are going to see is proudly made on FILM.

I jibbed at digital photography, because I felt it too unnatural and too easily altered and airbrushed by digital post-production. I fine-tuned my technique early on by trying analog photography. Since that moment I have never gone back to digital.

Matching perfection and the mistake can be quite hard. The awkward aspect is that the mistake, in my opinion, is perfection, due to the unique meaning it can have in a picture and the relationship between the subject and the controlled technical mistake. 


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If you want to contact me just for comments, suggestions or just to give me a hint, you're welcome! I always like to receive suggestions and productive critics, so feel free to write me! I always try to answer as soon as possible. 

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Biography

Alessandro Panelli (aka yo.panic or .panic) is a doctor, a photographer and a writer based Berlin, Germany. 

Born in Venice (Italy), I have always had to juggle between science and art since middle school. Eventually, such a conflict ceased when I chose Medicine for a living and photography as my artistic expression. 

Though it started as a haphazard, recreational distraction, photography has now become a more and more serious pursuit every day. I jibbed at digital photography, because I felt it too unnatural and too easily altered and airbrushed by digital post-production. I fine-tuned my technique early on by trying analog photography. Since that moment I have never gone back to digital.

I published in 2016 my first photographic book. 

Slowly attempting to finish my novel.  

 

«Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.»

Henri Cartier-Bresson

 

I never felt close enough in taking the perfect picture, not even once. That's the goal I have in photography: always continuing in this endless pursuit of perfection, not caring so much if the moment of the perfect picture will ever happen. 

Matching perfection and the mistake [which is one of my favorite themes in photography], can be quite hard. The awkward aspect is that the mistake, in my opinion, is perfection, due to the unique meaning it can have in a picture and the relationship between the subject and the controlled technical mistake. 

 

Photography Diploma

@ Hollywood Art Institute

24th of August 2015