A vast photo library of art images: paintings, sculptures, tapestries, monuments, goldsmithing and architecture by the greatest masters in the history of art from the Greco-Roman age to the contemporary age.
The Super Resolution technique, through the stitching of dozens or hundreds of images, allows amazing enlargements. It reveals unknown secrets of frescoes, sculptures, paintings and buildings.
Here you can find the links of three examples:
Photographs depicting the Italian landscape and some foreign ones (cities, mountains, sea, islands, archaeological sites) both as geographic photography and as travel reports.
Evocative images taken from the plane or helicopter to offer a different view of the landscape of Italy and some foreign countries.
High-resolution photographs for precious facsimiles, that is numbered and perfect copies of sixteenth-century nautical charts and ancient illuminated manuscripts such as the “Offiziolo Visconteo” and the “Herbarium of Trento”.
A large archive dedicated to Italian gastronomy: regional cuisine and many typical products (pasta, oil, sweets, cold cuts, wine etc).
A large body of photographs of vintage vehicles that describes both the history of the car and the history of the motorcycle and the scooter. A great amount of Images of many Italian and foreign brands and models from the origins to the late eighties of the twentieth century
A look at the urban structure of Italian and foreign cities, underlining the importance of some buildings built both in the past and in the contemporary age.
The work of man with an in-depth focus on certain sectors such as that of steel plants, ceramics and mechanical industries.
The artistic path of Ghigo Roli’s photography: the project “God’s Sketchbooks" about the correspondence between Nature and the mathematical and physical sciences, and "D'Amore e d'Arte", an imaginative and revealing research on some art masterpieces.
An "album" dedicated to the language of black and white in photography that distinguishes, for example, the campaign for “Novecento e Novecento”, a book dedicated to portraits of men, women and children living in the Modena Apennines.
Orbicular panoramas of urban environments (views of city and architectures) and natural landscapes (sea and mountains).