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Alessandro Venier is a talented photographer from Pordenone, Italy. Throughout his career he has worked for several photo-studios in Pordenone’s area, post-producing and taking pictures for catalogs. He mainly deals with digital post-production, still life, photojournalism, weddings, and internal corporate videos.

Alessandro finished a book/photography project called “Modern portraits of old craftsmanship.” The images he took tell stories of people who continue working as craftsman and artisans. This book consisted of portraits of them in their workspaces, where the final customer usually does not have access. Despite the difficulties and the modernization, the women and men continue to exist. A reality that today more than ever shows us the way to an innovative generational shift, looking to the future without forgetting the past.

Alessandro did a stellar job across the board:

  • Beautiful photography.
  • Superb lighting.
  • Masterfully and technically well executed.

We hope you will enjoy the beautiful photography!

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