Alessandro Mitola Captures Timidly Touching Subjects in Monochrome

By: Corinne Guirgis - Published: • References: alessandromitolarbonmade & photodonuts
Viewers, don't be afraid of the portrait photographs from Alessandro Mitola, which intimately capture subjects at their most vulnerable stages.

Wearing fear on their expressively timid eyes, each subject tells a different familiar story, yet still leaves much to the interpretation of viewers. The sense of longing conveyed through these portraits pierces through to the rawest and most unexposed place, and this genuine emotion indicates a real connection between Alessandro Mitola and his subjects. Each shot more telling than the one before, these photos freeze the perfect moment in time to reveal fear and longing in the eyes of each subject.

Implications - Portrait photography is about an intimate connection, not just between the photographer and his subject, but also between the subject and the consumer. Customers look to this brand of art as an evocative escape from the confines of their everyday lives, and companies should consider incorporating these strategies into their campaigns.

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