“The way reality flows around me has always attracted me, and turned me to a photographer” – Roberto Di Trani.

“I think I have always been a photographer, but just did not know it in the beginning. The way reality flows around me has always attracted me. The flow always comes to me as a sequence, as a stop motion video. Everyday life inspires me, and while observing, some things stand out and become photographs. So I can’t really talk about inspiration, because this is what I do the whole time. However, I do recognize influences after I am done taking pictures and look at them later. For me, it’s like an instinctive process that I have no control over.

For me Colours are a very important part of storytelling, I can never shoot black and white.”

Roberto Di Trani, is an Italian photographer who moved to Oslo, Norway in 2007.

“I think I have always been a photographer, but just did not know it in the beginning. The way reality flows around me has always attracted me. The flow always comes to me as a sequence, as a stop motion video. Everyday life inspires me, and while observing, some things stand out and become photographs. So I can’t really talk about inspiration, because this is what I do the whole time. However, I do recognize influences after I am done taking pictures and look at them later. For me, it’s like an instinctive process that I have no control over.

For me Colours are a very important part of storytelling, I can never shoot black and white.”

Roberto Di Trani, is an Italian photographer who moved to Oslo, Norway in 2007.

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