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david salvatori

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Italy
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9 years

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I was born in Latina, a city near Rome, on January 23rd 1970, I have a university degree in Physics and and I am currently employed in the biggest company in the world producing devices for Internet connectivity.

I inherited from my parents a passion for Sciences, visual Arts and Nature; the Sea has always been present in the most important moments of my life, but only in recent years I began to practice water sports: scuba diving arrives by coincidence in 2006, and the direct relationship with the water becomes soon a powerful channel of communication and introspection.

Today going underwater, being in the Sea, means to me becoming for a moment a part of the Sea itself, a small part of a whole which is constantly changing but at the same time in constant equilibrium.

I think the great diver Jacques Mayol wanted to express the same idea when he once said: "I have the Sea inside me. I am the Sea."

Photography is the most suitable way to communicate this new phase of my life: I report my feelings through the shutter, documenting the various expressions of this equilibrium in different places and through different cultures.

My equipment:

- Nikon D800E
- Tokina 10-17mm lens
- Nikkor 16mm lens
- Nikkor 105mm lens
- Nikkor 60mm lens
- Nikkor 10-24mm lens
- Seacam Housing
- Seacam Seaflash 150D


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