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Samuele Pucci Fotografo (en)

"The real photographer is one who has the presumption to stop time."

The passion for photography began when Samuel Pucci, just fourteen, she begins to handle an old Canon SLR and remains fascinated by the possibilities of this medium.
Most consequential is the inscription at the Art Institute, where he had the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of the subject, while developing independently technique and love for landscapes, comparing with those offered by Versiliesi lands, rich in color and shades of lights, taking in the sudden changes and developing a strong emphasis on the natural color changes.
The next step is the love for the video, and as an assistant steady-cam, works for the major programs of national networks, while at the same rigor and develops a formal un'asciuttezza the service of video documentary and industrial use.

The past period between reportage and fashion news, collaborating with the most important national agencies, strengthens in him a love for the idea of ​​a pure, unmediated, caught in the moment presents itself, devoid of artifice and processing.

In more recent works geometries and vanishing points are at the service of the search for a synthesis, a perfection to be grasped in the fleeting moment when the human element and a natural element can live together in the same shot-same world-gaining strength from each other's presence and drawing from an unexpected scenic authority.

His latest multimedia project that integrates documentaries and interviews, is a trip to the off-beat culture and the Italian provinces, the National unjustly escaped the limelight, but to secure historical and cultural significance, at the same time face to the promotion of artists who will speak in person to explain their paths and their works

Il progetto MakeCulture è nato nel 2009 dal fotografo professionista Samuele Pucci, ma solo nel 2011 ha preso forma, grazie alla collaborazione di professionisti come: professionisti della comunicazione visiva e dei beni culturali