What I like when I go around the city is to look with the photographer’s eye to capture situations and events that are not normally seen.
My pictures tend to revolve around themes such as solitude and alienation, forcing dissonant objects into conversation using vibrant colors.
About Japan – Street Opera. People in Japan live in colors, sounds, lights, and silent emotions.
1 Ginostra, Italy, (2016) 2 Rome, Italy (2015) 3 Libreville, Gabon (2017) 4 Libreville, Gabon (2017)
APVLIA. A series of pictures that tells the essence of my land, enhancing subjects and uses that make this territory wonderful.
Fronteiras de identitade. The province of Cadiz: true frontier of the Andalusian identity Andalusia has always been a place with a multicultural identity, created over the centuries, following the various peoples who have lived in this area.
Identity. A series of photographs that analyze urban society from different points of view.
Shadows. Photographs in which people emerge from shadows, in a game of dark and lights.
Urban solitudes. Even in the midst of so many people, one is alone. A thought passes through the mind and the whole world around us disappears.
My vision in street life. I’m simply a great lover of street photography.
Light and shadow in Rome. Over the years I have made a series of photos in the city of Rome, playing with the lights and contrasts, which have the distinction of making the ordinary extraordinary.
The Trivial Beauty. Photographing is simple, you don’t need great technical skills or to know a lot about technique. The challenge is what to point your camera at and when to click!
Milan. A selection of photos I took during these years along the streets of Milan. A light reflection or a fleeting glance, but also the gestures that run fast among people, make me think that there is a correspondence, a connection between things.
Welcome into My World. I like an image to give you a feeling, and if there’s people in the middle, I’m happier. My shots are predominantly black and white, moods, moments, glances, are my photos.
Life is street . This serie is my idea of doing something just to please myself when everybody else is flowing through the streets and photography revealed to me something new about people, things, light and colors.
Street photography from very very close.
Now Is A Direction. “In Marco Patassini’s works, “now” is a dynamic, decisive, anti-real place.
Pleasure Island. Rimini is a town on the Adriatic coast, on the Italian east coast. A well-known tourist destination, it’s always been considered the capital of clubs and nightlife.
I see street photography as a moment to myself, where I discover happily the people. It makes me feel good, and it is my way to experience a deep contact with everyday life.
Different visions. Visions through glass, mirrors or puddles can alter the concept of reality, at least photographically. I can deceive the interlocutor with equivocal images emphasizing details that are not captured at first, I can show things that are not really cosms are represented.
Urban Eclipse. Most of the time I shoot in the lunch break, harsh light, not really the golden hours according to the photography books. But playing with the shadows and silhouettes I feel I can reach my vision of the city. As I said, everything is frantic, fast and chaotic.
Metropolis. This is “Metropolis”, a series about spontaneous relations between people and urban elements. I came across these street scenes in the last two years, in Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, Milan and Berlin.
Moments. My work is curiosity, it is the ability to freeze funny situations, it is looking for light and darkness, gestures and expressions trying to communicate my point of view. To do this, I use colors, black and white or silhouettes as tools to realize my ideas.
Moments. The pictures that I show in this serie are single shots that taken together they try to tell the city where I live. Obviously, these are only a little part of the pictures.
My point of view. This is a series of some of my street photographs, I prefer black and white because I love to emphasize the shadows and the lights; often shot with the viewfinder set in black and white for this reason.
Close to Routine.Close to routine is an ongoing work of street photography realized using flash and wide angle lens, which are usually employed for landscape photography.
Street photography can be declined in different ways. Although I am personally very attracted to the graphic component produced by lights and shadows, in this project I wanted to collect some ironic or simply curious candid photos, taken in different European places.
For people who don’t know Milan, it’s a bit like Bucarest but with more pizzerias. This is a selection of pictures from said city. To be fair, it’s a sort of skewed Identikit portrait comprised of my dark outlook superimposed over Milan’s cold heart.
Purgatorio, circle of lust. ‘Or sai nostri atti e di che fummo rei: se forse a nome vuo’ saper chi semo, tempo non è di dire, e non saprei’. Circle of lust, seventh and last round of the Purgatorio project: here they take delight the souls of people who pretend to enjoy life.