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Carlo Buscemi

I travel nationwide to where ever the job site may be for whom ever requires my personal artistic vision. Primarily I travel the north east corridor, NY, NJ, CT, PA, RI, and MD. During my travels and jobsites I often get the rare opportunity to photograph structures in places of limited or no access. As most photographers I started in the field during the mid 1970's, after graduating the Germain School of Photography. Working as a general assistant mainly in the fashion and product markets. During the mid 1980s I opened my own studio photographing various commercial projects. After a time I began to focus more and more on the architecture market. Which is where I am today, specializing as an architectural photographer for 30 years. At the epoch of the digital age, the canvas of film or sensor is at the forefront of the plastic art media. Reality is judged mainly by a time and space chronology, all reality happens within these preset intervals. The camera allows exploration within these intervals and brings forth forms of chosen intellectual and emotional expression. Due to the technological mechanics of a cameras shutter speed interval, the photographer can record a space within time, a scene. The photographer is able to construct, within this interval of time, their vision as an artist.

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