He Studied Photography In Prison. These Are The Photos He's Taking After Getting Out
September 15, 2016
While serving time in prison, Donato Di Camillo discovered a library full of National Geographic magazines and instantly fell in love with the photography.
With a little guidance from books and online tutorials, Di Camillo decided to try his own hand at photography after being released from prison in 2011.
He captures a different side of life than what many people are used to seeing.
His subjects are often homeless or mentally ill.
"I think we all relate to each other in one way or another, whether someone's laying in the street or running a Fortune 500 company," he told Upworthy.
"I want [my subjects] to understand that the reason I'm photographing them is because I see something in them that I see in me, or that I think the rest of the world could relate to."
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