Luca Tombolini, 39, needs an analog camera and up to six months in the desert s to produce his landscape series.
His project began in 2012, when the then commercial photographer, living in Milan, was dissatisfied and wondered what he would like to photograph if he did not need money and approval. The answer came: deserts.
Since then, he has traveled to several countries in search of scenarios without humans. In the deserts, he works unhurriedly. “The best images I’ve done are those that I had time to connect with the place,” says the Italian, who only makes up two photos a day.
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