Photographer of the week: Matteo Carta

Our featured photographer of the week is Matteo Carta – It’s been only one year that he decided to get into photography and he is already publishing some awesome photography.
At the moment he is a student of Law but, sooner, he wants to get all the things right to get into the professional world of photography. It’s definitely the world that he wants to be in.

Matteo loves reportage photography, nude, weddings, headshots, wildlife and landscape photography.
He thinks that he needs to finds his root if he wants to step into professional photography. In the meantime and in his own words: “I’ll just keep shooting, I’ll find out my way :)

I leave you to enjoy 10 of his truly stunning pictures – If you liked his work, you can view his flickr stream or purchase some of his art work from iStockPhoto. Hopefully it will help him buy that extra photography gear I am sure Matteo is planning to get.



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  • Eneade

    Contrats for the article Matteo !

    • Kaby89

      Thank you buddy

  • http://twitter.com/DavidOliveras1 David Oliveras

    I’m amazed at Matteo’s level of skill and his creative vision. Wonderful use of line, color, composition, every aspect of what makes photos interesting. I loved the monochromatic feel of the birds, the soft blending of tones in the beach scene. Truly beautiful!

    • Kaby89

      Thankd David! I do really appreciate your comment! Glad to read that you like some of my works, thanks!
      Matteo.

  • Lorenzo Photography

    Beautiful work Matteo! Such clean compositions and very inspiring.

    • Kaby89

      Thank you! I do really appreciate that!

  • http://twitter.com/GM_Studio GM Studio

    Amazing images, lighting, creativity and composition are superb. The weeding picture is fantastic, i really love how you used the focus.

    • Kaby89

      Thank you! :)

  • David @ Married to My Camera

    Love the quiet beauty of you images Matteo. There is a really old school film quality to your work that is really refreshing.

    • Kaby89

      It’s an honor to read ‘old school film quality’ . Thank you David.

  • Chris Renton

    Some great work here, and really varied. Shows a good understanding of post production too. Impressive!

    • Kaby89

      Thanks Chris!

  • Quarku

    This is one cool website

    http://www.digitphotoinfo.com