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lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

lens culture review: I'm interested in what you've shown from the newer black and white works, the new texture portraits (if I understand the title correctly?) of Lia and Giancarlo. I like how your attention is increasingly focused on characteristics that are inherent to the people you're photographing; the names seem more authentically related to what/who we're seeing, and the elements of face, expression, gesture, details are all "real" and not the product of makeup or image manipulation. These are good evidence of work in progress, and I encourage you to continue the exploration.

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