Italian photographer Simon Lenzi loves nature very much, which can be judged with a high degree of probability by the calmness and serenity that literally emanates from each of his shots.
There is absolutely nothing annoying, harsh, too bright or too dark in the works of the Italian — just beautifully captured nature in its natural splendor.
The Italian loves to play with contrasts — often most of the photos are occupied by clouds, often they are not at all in the picture, and sometimes they completely merge with the landscape into a single whole, in one photo you feel a light breeze, in the other — complete calm …
There are usually no man-made objects in the pictures, but if the photographer still decides to capture something artificial, it will look so natural, as if this bridge or this house was grown and organically fit into the surrounding landscape by nature itself
Lenzi himself is a friendly and sociable person, glad to meet new people, especially if they promise him new ideas for photographs, but, unlike many colleagues, he does not pursue fame — it is enough for him that even a few enjoy his work
Although, judging by recent years, the popularity of the Italian is gradually growing — he was often invited to various exhibitions and events, where it is very easy to find photographers with similar ideas and make new friends with common interests.
In today’s world, there are many photographers, unlike Lenzi, who are looking for themselves in unusual shooting methods and other ways of expressing themselves. An example is the fantastic landscapes of Esther Burghart, made using macro photography.