The Italian Sustainability Photo Award exhibition arrives in Brescia in collaboration with Fujifilm

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ISPA, Italian Sustainability Photo Award is the photography award created by Parallelozero, in collaboration with the main sponsor PIMCO. The objective is to raise public awareness on the issues of environmental, social and governance sustainability, summarized by the acronym ESG.

The Italian Sustainability Photo Award exhibition presents the shots of the winners of past editions

The ISPA exhibitionItalian Sustainability Photo Award presents an important selection of shots of the winners and finalists of the 2020, 2021 and 2022 editions. While waiting for the winners of the 2023 edition, the exhibition presents the images of Matteo Bastianelli, Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni, Matteo Capone, Tomaso Clavarino. But also Enrico Genovesi, Schirra Giraldi, Giacomo d’Orlando, Paola Lai, Vittoria Lorenzetti, Matteo de Mayda, Pietro Romeo, Nicolò Panzeri, Valeria Scrilatti. And finally Christian Velcich, Elisabetta Zavoli, authors of emblematic stories of Italy in transition towards a more sustainable future.

The collaboration with Fujifilm

The images on display are printed on photographic paper Original Photografic Paper di Fujifilm. The DPII paper used in Matt finish was chosen for its particular color rendering which enhances the beauty of the images. As well as unaltered conservation over time. Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Paper Type DPII tipo Matteis a silver halide photographic paper with Ra4 photographic process.

This professional photographic paper is among the most valuable. Designed for professionals and demanding users, it was produced by Fujifilm to obtain top-level quality results. It offers exceptional definition, excellent image stability, wide color gamut and extraordinary color saturation.

Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Paper Type DPII, like all FUJIFILM silver halide papers, enhances and enhances the stylistic and technical characteristics of each image to the fullest. Ensuring its durability over time and in the memory, through excellent visual performance. Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Paper Type DPII is available in Glossy, Luster, Matte and Silk finishes. The photos on display were printed on Matt.