This photographer’s name is Carlo Stella from Italy. His passion for instant photography began around three years ago when he recovered an old Polaroid camera, and from that moment Carlo entered a sequence of excitement moments and a strong desire to know and start to experiment with the snapshots.
In the short time of three years the photographer has already had two personal exhibitions in Italy.
Taking photos with a Polaroid is like a ritual: it starts with looking for the right framing, the moment or the person; and then very slowly you can see the result of your idea, that little square that has a lot of defects and just owing to these defects and its unpredictability, it makes you feel so good.
For this reason Carlo’s photos are experiments, he is searching to explore more photographic genres, but always following a unique central idea: his look.
Tomar fotos con una Polaroid es como un ritual: comienza buscando el encuadre correcto, el momento o la persona; Y luego muy despacio puedes ver el resultado de tu pensamiento, esa pequeña plaza que tiene muchos defectos y sólo debido a estos defectos y su imprevisibilidad, te hace sentir muy bien.