Emanuela Bracali

Emanuela Bracali

PhotographerNorwich, United Kingdom
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Emanuela Bracali

Emanuela Bracali

PhotographerNorwich, United Kingdom
About me
Born in Florence in 1998. I’ve always been a curious person, quite adventurous and always wanted to learn and discover new things. All reasons why I studied languages for a while, until I decided I wasn’t actually a good fit for that school, so moved to Graphc Design and graduated in 2019. You may ask ‘why are you taking pictures now then?’, well, I’d begin by saying that my journey with photography started a few years ago, when everyone had a cool blog on Tumblr where they shared random, fun pictures, and I guess that’s when I had my first digital camera. I started taking pictures of everything around me, friends, flowers, my dog. I’d bring my camera anywhere with me. In 2017 I found a bunch of old cameras in my grandma’s attic. They were all 35mm point&shoots and some SLR, and that’s when I began to become more interested and fascinated by photography, as I was also taking some classes in school. Now, after daydreaming for years and many sacrifices, I’m on my second year of Photography at the Norwich University of the Arts, and my practice developed incredibly in the past years. I’m interested in fine art and portrait photography, often analysing social issues. From time to time, when in need of a burst of creativity, I experiment with photograms.
  • Emma
  • Daily Walk
    Daily WalkSomething different than what I usually do, but I took a chance to look at familiar surroundings in a different way. I used an analog 50mm lens on my DSLR and I’m so happy with the outcomes.
  • Disruption
    DisruptionI created this series alongside a university project. My aim with Disruption was to create a visual narrative about feelings that have arised in many young creatives as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. We felt trapped, with less opportunities to physically explore creative environments and benefit from in person connections, our creativity has been challenged during these times and it's often been difficult to be able produce creative work.
  • Teamworking
  • Photo Editing
  • Studio Lighting
  • Digital Photograhy
  • Film Photography
    BA PhotographyNorwich University of the arts
    Norwich, United Kingdom