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Italian Brother – A Photographic Journey…

This truly has been one long year, which at times almost felt rushed up! I know! You might be thinking: January is far-gone, what is he mumbling about! Well, I was just thinking about my photographic year, I am reaching my first anniversary and I cannot believe that only yesterday I was sitting in Richard Gray’s iPhoneography class, at least this is what it seems, and yet, almost a year has passed. The good thing, however, is in less then a month I will be enjoying his tutorials again!

This has also been such an eventful year, full of surprises, and every day was one from which I’ve learnt and gained something new, that I will always cherish. To me, the most important of all these has been meeting and getting to know so many amazing people! The community it’s what makes mobile photography special! I really love taking photos, I love the story behind and even more to have fun doing what I do, but without all of you this would not have happened, and I thank you for a great year and for all your support.

Well, without falling into clichéd sentimentalism and without much a do, sit back, relax and I hope that you will enjoy watching this video as much I have enjoyed it making it!

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Dilshad Corleone aka italianbrother on Instagram, albeit in love with the photography of Henri Cartier-Bresson and his 35mm format, considers himself to be a true iphoneographer. His street photography has been exhibited at the Vyner Studio in London for the Photomonth East London (October 2012), at KCC Chelsea in London A collective Iphoneography Exhibition (November 2012), at the Truman Brewery in London for the Iconic London Exhibition (December 2012), at the Unit24 Gallery in London MobilePixation Mobile Arts Exhibition (December 2012), At the Laboratorio de Artes Variedades, Guadalajara, Mexico for the Dreams Without Borders Exhibition (December 2012 – January 2013), at the Garden Gate Creativity Centre in Berkeley, California and at the Galerie OutOfMyMind in Bremen, Germany as part of the Third Wave Iphoneography Exhibition (January 2013), at MacWorld International Conference in Los Angeles as part of the Mobilmasters Exhibition (Januarry/February 2013), Soho Gallery For Digital Arts in New York as part of the Mobile Photo Award Exhibition (February 2013). Dilshad’s work is gracing the wall of private owners in London, Italy, France, Spain and the USA, and he is a columnist for Dilshad has travelled widely all over the world, especially in East Asia, Africa and recently in Iraq where he worked in an orphanage as a volunteer. His Iphoneography have a strong feel of the old 1920’s 1930’s photography and he loves the grunge, the dirt, and the grit. Dilshad is also fond to portray the unspoken London, the untold London, with heavily blurred background, men with big, long beards, hats and characteristic and peculiar faces. Iphoneography and Street-photography has given him the power to tell his stories, what he sees and what touches him.