Photographer Marco D'Amico Creates a Dizzying Series in Vogue Ita

By: Summer Luu - Published: Apr 18, 2011 • References: & fashiongonerogue
Italian Photographer Marco D’Amico shows off his outstanding and whimsical work in Italian Vogue's Talents section that is all too captivating.

The photoshoot, featuring Anna Juzova, gets a mashed up look in the editorial as D'Amico uses double exposure, enhancing the photos in post-production. The visual interpretation offers unique geometric effects and curves reflecting off of each other, resulting in these bizarre but beautiful images. Styled by Italo Pantano, the featured futuristic looks are out of this world. D'Amico is passionate about the relationship between art and technicality. It's something he finds very interesting and it definitely shows through his photo sets.

The work of Photographer Marco D'Amico excites its audience and I definitely look forward to seeing more from this courageous photographer. Stats for Double Exposure Editorials Trending: Older & Warm
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