Elisabetta Roncoroni is an Italian photographer who mostly captures analog images with her Canon Eos 10 or Pentax P30. She shoots beautiful, soft portraits which remind me about a woman’s delicate skin and features. I really do believe she managed to capture a moment, it’s like she carries the stories she heard as a child. It’s already obvious I’m insanely in love with these pinkish-like tones and the whole image of drama and Elisabetta seems to take control over this.
Oh well, the devil makes us sin
But we like it when we’re spinning in his grip.
Let yourself be absorbed by these images, experience a new feeling, let the bigness and the silence of Elisabetta’s work grow dense and take shape in your mind.
All images: (c) Elisabetta Roncoroni
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