Italian Photographer Started To Take Photos Of Models Remotely With A Webcam During The Quarantine
Italian photographer Alessio Albi from Perugia started to take photos of models remotely with a web camera, because of quarantine he can no longer work in normal mode. This was noticed on Twitter.
During the week Albi held photo shoots with three models – Italian Alice Pagani and Chiara Scelsi, as well as Russian Alina Bobyleva. The photographer took screenshots via the FaceTime video call application.
“Me and Alice @opheliamillaiss quarantined, separated by 200 km, just shot spontaneously trough the laptop webcam.
Social distancing doesn’t mean stopping creating. We are lucky to live in an era that offers all the resources needed.
Stay in. We’re in this together,” he wrote.
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