These stills were taken by the St. Petersburg photographer.
Russian photographer Alexander Petrosyan in his work shows the sad reality of their homeland. Alexander Petrosyan lives in Saint-Petersburg is one of the best artists in the genre of street photography.
Picture winner a variety of awards and prizes can be seen in such famous publications as Newsweek, National Geographic, GEO, “Russian reporter”, “Spark”, “Money”, “Power”.
Alexander shoots mostly native Peter. First encounter with the camera happened in 12 years – the father gave the boy a camera.
But he seriously took up photography at the age of 35 years.
“Not yet beaten, though unhappy lot. Not everyone likes when they’re outside. Fit, waving their hands: “don’t shoot! Get the camera!”. It is necessary to feel the line, when to stop and leave. In General, to the face – that’s easy,” says Petrosyan.
Photos, as recognized Petrosyan, almost no profit.
The most significant project of his life recalled with nostalgia.
“I ordered a photo project for the anniversary of the group by Evraz. I traveled on four continents, in different countries, all well paid, and it was the biggest order in my whole life,” said the photographer.
In his pictures a wonderful combination of atmosphere, depth and emotional bouquet.
“I live a simple and rough motto: “don’t be an asshole”. I aspire to follow it: not to harm, not do bad. Turn away from evil – do good,” says the photographer.
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