A long exposure taken during a windy full moon night on the Italian Riviera
Biography: Karim Carella is a self-thought italian landscape photographer.
His personal style resulted in a formal coherence built on two points of reference: black & white and square format. Other recurrent elements are minimalist compositions, long exposures and strong contrasts.
The exploration process moves along precise patterns: place exploration, and genre exploration.
The common denominator of his photography is the personal and solitary search for ways to express a transient moment or contest without making use of any logic or deterministic recording of the occasion or of the place.