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A website is born, a crew is born: world as gallery photocrew.

Did anything and everything you could to keep your hand in photography and learn day by day that your eyes and your world is art and craft.

“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.”
Elliot Erwitt


Agnese Porto - Photographer
Equipment: Canon gear and Canon lenses :)
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Daniele di Giustino - Photographer
Equipment: Canon gear and Canon lenses :)
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Debora Persichetti - Photographer
Nasce il 30/12/1986 a LʼAquila.
Diploma di Laurea Triennale in “Grafica dʼArte e Progettazione” allʼAccademia di Belle Arti di LʼAquila. Iscritta al Biennio di specializzazione nella stessa facoltà.
Tra il 2009 e il 2010 partecipa a quattro mostre di arte contemporanea: “Ricominciare con Arte” a Pescara (AQ), Roma e Montesilvano (PE) e “RI-costruzione: terremoto unʼanno dopo” a Posta (RI). Nel 2010 e nel 2011 partecipa a due concorsi fotografici internazionali “LʼAquila: un volto, un nome… una storia. Un anno dopo” e “LʼAquila: un volto, un nome…una storia. Oltre le macerie scatti di vita.” vincendo il terzo e il secondo premio. Tra il 2009 e il 2010 pubblica testi e foto per “LʼAquila. Ieri, oggi e domani. 60 itinerari turistici per scoprire natura arte e storia della provincia dellʼAquila”, “www.italia.it”, “Unʼinterminabile notte dʼaprile. Memorie di un fiume” e “6 aprile 2010 – Un anno fa”. Oltre la fotografia le piace occuparsi di advertising e graphic design.

Equipment: Canon gear and Canon lenses :)
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Fabrizio Cimino
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Federica Zaffiri
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About Federico Luzi - Photographer
was born in L’Aquila, Italy, 24 May 1987. He is interested is portraiture, but also enjoy panoramic photography and macro, playing with reality for the purpose of disrupting traditional standards. Federico’s personal and professional growth happened in Valencia, Spain, where he lived for a year.

Equipment: Canon gear and Canon lenses :)


About Raimondo Fanale – Photographer / Writer 
Raimondo Fanale is born in L’Aquila, Abruzzo – Italy and lived in Italy in Toscana and Abruzzo, traveled in Europe, U.S. and Canada.
He’s in the IT-Web industry as Web Designer and developer and is pursuing a great passion: photography.

After Earthquake was featured in publications such as “L’Espresso” or in newspapers like “Repubblica” and “Il Centro”

Equipment: Canon gear and Canon/Sigma lenses :)

About Laura “Croft” Vivio – Writer
Laura Vivio (better known among friends as Laura Croft) was born and raised in L’Aquila, Italy. Straight after graduating from high school in 2008, at the age of 18, she moved to the UK where she started attending a four-year European Studies degree programme at Royal Holloway University of London.
Laura currently speaks five languages (Italian, English, French, German and Spanish) but if Laurenian – a parlance particularly rich in neologisms and nonsense that Laura masters as only a very few individuals on planet Earth do – could be regarded as an official language as well, then that would in fact add up to six in total.
As part of her degree pathway, Laura spent the academic year 2010/2011 in Austria, both studying subjects such as Dramatic Art Theory, Film Music and History & Development of the Operatic Genre at the University of Vienna and interning for five months in the press office of the Vienna State Opera.

Apart from daydreaming and singing in the shower, Laura’s hobbies are travelling, reading, writing, going to the theatre and to the cinema, doing sport and spending time in the open-air, as well as listening to a wide range of different music genres, from jazz to hip-hop, from opera to Michael Jackson (in other words, yes, it is fair to say that she’s got what you’d call a complicated, intricate mind). Where her heart really lies, though, is in acting: being on stage (this world counts as one, too – see what that dude called Shakespeare once said about this) playing all sorts of roles, not least the equivalent female one of Indiana Jones (from here her nickname) and reproducing all sorts of accents is pretty much what Laura’s finest dream would actually look like.

Equipment: Brain, soul and smilies :)