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Landscape photography by Massimo Margagnoni

Art | January 31, 2014 |

Massimo MargagnoniSeljalandsfoss Waterfall

Landscape photography by Massimo Margagnoni

Massimo Margagnoni was born in Nettuno (Rome), the 28/09/1977. Famous for his landscapes in black and white, Margagnoni develops love for Nature after putting in his personal baggage many trips around the world, is inspired by landscapes and documentary photography.

Massimo MargagnoniSkogafoss Waterfall, Iceland

His photography expresses the evolution of Nature and climate change in the relationship with the human being and the different aspects.

Massimo MargagnoniVettisfossen Waterfall, Norway

His photographs have won numerous awards in major international competitions in contemporary photography has been exhibited in various galleries in New York and the Museum of Fine Art in Las Vegas, published in National Geographic USA and Italy, in books and magazines in France and the USA and also are selected and exhibited by the Royal Photographic Society of London.

Massimo MargagnoniWaterfall, Norway

In 2013 he published his first book on photography titled: Photography of Being. Fotografia Dell’Essere. Manuale per la fotografia di alto livello, for sale exclusively in Italy.

more. www.massimomargagnoni.it

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