This series of self-portraits with my family comes from the desire to create a research based on my intimate bonds. For me, the most important part of this work was obtained by the involvement of my family during the shooting, and thanks to this experience, I discovered unknown aspects of my loved ones.—Anna di Prospero

What one first notices about Italian photographer Anna di Prospero’s work are the warm, rich hues of her portraits. But after a closer look at her series, Self-Portrait with My Family, the colorful hues and tones are an obvious expression of the warmth and connection she feels for her family. Each photograph contains its own personal narrative, each telling the story of that particular relationship.





Feature Shoot Contributing Editor Carolyn Rauch is a Photo Editor.


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