Bronze / 2018 / Advertising / Food

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  • Prize
    Bronze in Advertising/Food
  • Photographer
    Claudio Dell'Osa is an Italian photographer. His deep interest in photography started about 1999 when the first digital cameras appeared and went on whit the film ones, like the the Mamiya RB67. Experimentation led him to focus on different techniques, from macro to the 3D and from astrophotography to virtual tours. At the moment he is busy enhancing Abruzzo territories through his photo sas well as realizing varios projects which have given rise to exhibitions and events.

The main “actors” of the shots (photos) made by Mr C. Dell’Osa are some of the most recurrent foods in the mediterranean diet: they are humble, common and, at the same time, basic products of our cuisine. His photo cross section shows a series of sections describing the whole plant, from its vegetable and leaves to its roots, soil included. It also reveals the photographer’s attempt to get the observer to recall an archaic millennial world ruled by Mother Earth. It is a trip that clashes with the modern man’s reality and its daily eating rhythms controlled by “a distorted perception of foods”, that Mr Dell’Osa sees as something innatural and artificial. For this reason, we should recover a kind of assimilation – no matter whether it is visual and likely to last for the seconds of observation – that pays particular attention to our origins.

Claudio Dell’Osa is an Italian photographer. The passion for photography began around 1999 with the first digital cameras and were close to those of analog, like the Mamiya RB67.
The experimentation led him to deepen various techniques. From macro photography to the 3D, from astrophotography to virtual tour.

Currently engaged in the photographic enhancement of the Italian territory and in the implementation of various projects that have given rise to various exhibitions and events.