Category Archives: Play The Game Over

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Play with photography.

Sponsors and photography During the development of “Play The Game Over”, the photographic and documentary reportage on Esports and the culture of video games, i met different realities of the videogames scene. A world that […]

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PTGO – Game Over

In the last article on “Play The Game Over” i mentioned news on the horizon. The most relevant is undoubtedly the permanent exhibition of the project at the new MSI Gaming offices in Bergamo. They, […]

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PTGO – GG (Good Game)

GG (Good Game). When you play a competitive game you do it as part of a biggest plan. Costancy, sacrifice and dedication in training are the key to achieving important results if there are the […]

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PTGO – Resume

Resume. It’s time to resume the game where we left. “Play The Game Over”, my photographic project entirely focused on the Esports and the culture of videogames, returns to invade my social profiles of Facebook and Instagram. In […]

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PTGO – Pause

Pause. Videogames teach us that sometimes we need a pause. And so I did for the photographic shootings. The topic treated led me in very different situations. This means having to mentally reorganize from time […]

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PTGO – Level Up

Level Up. Christmas holidays was gone and in January I received and accepted the second invitation from a great “Esports” reality in Italy and in the world. Samsung. The Korean company has invested so much […]

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PTGO – Red Vs Blue

The chromatic synthesis of Red Vs Blue. The chromatic synthesis of Red Vs Blue is the visual translation of competitiveness. You can see it in Esports but also in traditional sports and games. It’s easy to find […]

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PTGO – Start

Start. In November i started a Masterclass at Foto-Image. Which expect the realization of a personal photographic project with a specific focus on editing and visual narration. I didn’t want to waste the opportunity to […]

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