Impeccable by Roberto Di Patrizi
As I said, I’m a commuter. Every day I take pictures at the station. I took this photograph in February 2018, while I was taking the train back home after working. I know the man I photographed from behind. It’s commuter like me. He does not like to be photographed. He immigrated to Italy from Africa, congoide. I think his life hasn’t been easy. He is an austere type and not inclined to chat with strangers. I like his 50s style of clothing and his need to always look impeccable.
Photo of the Day
February 12, 2020
Roberto Di Patrizi started photography in October 2010, when his wife gave him a camera in his birthday. But he always shyly loves it. Even though he was born as a musician, he did guitar bar, as well as the street artist. He played a lot, without a goal, until when, at 35, he started working, first as a broadcast technician and later as a sound engineer, in a television station, where he also dealt with graphics and another great love blossomed: the CGI.