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SERGE RAMELLI

Les gondoles

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Passionate about images since a young age, Serge Ramelli decided to devote his career to it in 2005. He thus soon became a professional photographer and cinema producer. His creative and inquiring mind leads him to constantly explore new techniques, both photographically and digitally, in order to better recreate the grandeur of urban landscapes. He multiplies experiments in the field of photography and also successfully teaches various methods of mastering photography such as composition, materials, or retouching, via educational tutorials. These digital guides are designed for amateurs and professionals of the 8th art who wish to learn how to use creative digital tools such as Lightroom or HDR (High Dynamic Range), which allow powerful, contrasted, and dramatic images to be obtained.  ... See more See less

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“I have been passionate about images and cinema for a very long time. I was on holiday with a graphic designer friend who taught me the basics of photo retouching. It was a real revelation for me.”

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About the artwork

Serge Ramelli offers a broad and monumental view of Venice here. He represented the city devoid of people, in a rare moment of calm. The photographs that he produced there represent emblematic sites such as Saint Mark?s Square, the island of San Giorgio Maggiore or the canals and their gondolas, dotted all over the city. Through photography, Serge Ramelli manages to capture all the poetry emanating from the Most Serene Republic, whose public spaces are different from other Western cities owing to their lagoonal light and perpetual movement. Playing on the shutter speed and framing, he obtains powerful and contrasted images. The use of black and white reinforces the aesthetic and graphic qualities of his subjects. The photographer often uses long exposures, also allowing us to appreciate the shifting of clouds and the traffic of the boats on the water.

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17 July 2015

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