TITLE: Distrito 01
Ciutat Vella is the name given to district 1 of the city of Valencia.
It forms the oldest part of the city and roughly coincides with the limits of Roman Valencia and with the part delimited by the old Christian wall built in 1356.
It is a very disparate district where the old mixes with the new. Noble palaces, great churches, the Silk Exchange, the central market, museums, graffiti by internationally known artists, popular traditions, a "cool" atmosphere, workshops of local artists, antique dealers... coexist with a wide gastronomic and leisure offer as a fundamental part of the tourist aspect of the place.
It is a long-term project that I have been developing for a year.
AUTHOR: Vicente Vidal (Spain)
Interior architect and designer with over 25 years of experience working on interior architecture and design projects.
Interested about photography and art from a very young age, I started taking photographs at 2018 as a result of a course at the photographic association "Fotoclub Valencia" of which I am currently a member.
2021. street photography workshop with “Carlos Permuy photography”.
2022. photographic personal Project with “Carlos Permuy photography”.
2022. portrait worhshop with “Estela de Castro”.
2023. flash lighting workshop. Escuela Revelarte Valencia.
2020. Two honorable mentions. 2nd edition "Minimalist Photography Awards". Categories: Abstract and Conceptual.
2021. Honorable mention. 3rd edition “Minimalist Photography Awards”. Category: Open.
2021. Three honorable mentions. 5th edition "Monovisions Photography Awards". Categories: Street Photography, Architecture and Conceptual.
2021. Two honorable mentions “Monochrome Photography Awards”. Categories: Architecture (amateur) an Street (amateur).
2022. Five honorable mentions. 6th edition "Monovisions Photography Awards". Categories: Travel (2), Street (2) and Photojournalism.
2022. Three honorable mentions “Monochrome Photography Awards”. Categories: Photojournalism (amateur) an Portrait (2) (amateur).
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