Tomaso Spiga's Portraits Tell Stories with Opaque Photos

 - Sep 20, 2011
References: flickr & photodonuts
When looking at Tomaso Spiga's portraits, one can't help but feel attached to its subjects' eyes. Profound facial expressions and nostalgic stares communicate more meaning than a thousand words.

An Italian photographer, Siga doesn't rely on bright colors or landscapes to convey emotion to its portraits. One can only need to look at its protagonists to submerged oneself in a continuous internal narrative. Each one of them have a story to tell, and they do it through its eyes.

Elegantly shot, these photographs are stunning, not only by its capturing angles and tones, but by its effectiveness in evoking memories and feelings. In addition, many of portraits have people's names like Natalie, Enrico, Eleonora and Anna Laura, adding to the sense of intimacy and closeness already established by the location of the camera.

Born in 1984 and already featured in PhotoVogue, Tomaso Spiga is a young talented photographer with many more narratives to capture.