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Photographers Archives: Stefano De Luigi

Stefano De LuigiStefano De Luigi (www.stefanodeluigi.com), born in 1964 in Cologne (Germany). He is a regular contributor to international magazines although he is probably best known for his long term projects, including Blanco, winner of POY Best Book of the Year in 2010. In 2006, De Luigi started a project called Cinema Mundi, which focused on the alternative cinematographic scene and was transformed into a short 7-minute film that was screened at the Locarno Film Festival in August 2007. De Luigi has won the World Press Photo award three times in different categories, the Moving Walls of Soros Foundation in 2009 and Days Japan International Photojournalism Award in 2010. De Luigi is currently based in Milan (Italy).

Young patients are treated for squint at the National Institute of Ophthalmology Hospital, U.N.I.O., in Hanoi, Vietnam in May 2006. © Stefano De Luigi/VII Photo

Workshop with Stefano De Luigi

The workshop is open to 12 participants, professional photographers and advanced amateurs who wish to improve their photographic style and technics or experiment with a new genre. The aim of

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The Expanded Image with Stefano De Luigi

During this 3 day workshop participants will be guided in discovering the full potential of a photographic project through editing, group critiques and discussions and inspirational materials.

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The International Photoreporter 2013

This year 13 photographers are on show in Saint-Brieuc Bay: Philip Blenkinsop, Darcy Padilla, Stefano De Luigi, Donald Weber…

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PRIVATE 57 | INQUIRY – special VII photo agency

It’s common to hear photojournalists described as the eyes of the world, acting as witnesses to events that we would otherwise not see. To some extent this is true, but

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Stefano De Luigi | Kenya Drought

Kenya is facing a devastating drought, the worst in the last decade. Parts of the country haven’t seen a drop of rain for several years, livestock and crops are dying

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