Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Maximum Margagnoni, a young photographer born in Rome is engaged in the search for new forms and landscapes. He prefers the image of a forest or a valley captured in black and white because it creates an effect of an enchanted place, away from the reality.

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Margagnoni’s long exposure photos capture icebergs, waterfalls and glacial lagoons with such dreamy accuracy that what’s real and imagined becomes indistinguishable. His images are captured in foreign lands from Norway to Iceland, though they seem more like places found in fairy tales than on a geographic map.

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

Black and White Photographs of Waterfalls by Massimo Margagnoni

The stark black and white photos remind us of the big wide world waiting outside our computers, and compel us to look outside and see it for ourselves. Margagnoni’s works has been recognized in National Geographic and he recently published a book of his work, Fotografia dell’essere.

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