On the way to Woodstock, 1969.
Hundreds of mountaineers collaborated on this photo shoot in the Alps with Robert Bösch, which culminated with the climbers lighting up the route taken by Edward Whymper during the Matterhorn’s first ascension 150 years ago.
My name is Gianni, I am originally from south of Italy and moved to London 11 years ago.
Most of my shots are taken with a point and shoot camera; I find it’s the best and easy way of taking photos as it allows me to become almost invisible.
I take street photos."What drives me in street photography is the need to take photographs. It’s an instinctive need. When I do it, there is always a moment of fear or hesitation, but in the end it’s fun, exciting, random and therapeutic! Oh yes - and a feeling of fulfilment!"
The streets are like a theatre stage where who acts are humans unaware that they are the subjects of the photographer.
Taking photos is a way of freezing people’s emotions, freezing that time that will never repeat itself again.
Adrien Sahores by Miguel Reveriego - Antidote Magazine