Living in Black and White

Hands in clay by Gavino Idili

Italian photographer Gavino Idili owned his first camera in 1967, since then he has had a number of manual ones, and in 2006, he began working with digital. His imagery is focused on people and landscape based on his travels in Europe, and his strongest work is definitely the black and white pictures.

Building by Gavino Idili
Baracas (beach) photo by Gavino Idili Women looking down by Gavino Idili Checkered ground photo by Gavino Idili
Photos © Gavino Idil

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