How to use photographic storytelling to tell about human nature

My vision of photographic storytelling is to use photography to tell the human nature, in contexts where it is assumed that man is at the center of the narration but very often, in reality, it is not so ..

The idea is to narrate photographically the emotions of the people they meet, through a photographic style that combines different aspects: the bokeh technique, sensitivity (almost autistic) towards human expressions, obsessiveness for perfection, Gestalt psychology of the background figures, the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism, the psychology of the mindfulness of the hour and here for greater human awareness.
A set of photographic techniques and personal sensibilities that allow you to capture the nuances in people's emotions, to create a new way of communicating.
Reviewing the images, during the event, or shortly after the end of the event allows people caught by the camera lens to relive the same emotions felt during the day. Tell the events focusing the attentional dynamics on the human participants, enhancing the positive emotional perceptive empowering , not through a doping similar to the monosodium glutamate, but naturally moving the attention to the elusive reality of humanity.
The contamination and sharing of emotions and ideas aroused by these initiatives also allow the good success of the initiatives themselves.
The photographic technique of bokeh allows you to catch people in the foreground obscuring every background detail, thus generating a passionate and innovative vision of emotion. The useless details remain blurred, in the background, only man counts.
The aim of the #HumansofTukulti project is to humanize communication and to claim the centrality of man, be he political or citizen, active or spectator. The goal is win win according to game theory: to facilitate and contaminate human relationships with positive emotions.
© 2018, Francesco Pierantoni (aka Tukulti )   ( CC BY 4.0 ) 


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