O. Bisogno Scotti

Blog-Bisogno is the world according to O. Bisogno Scotti. To enter, put on your rose colored glasses, click on http://Blog-Bisogno.com, and enjoy the personal work of this eclectic photographer.


All images on Blog-Bisogno and fotografia-LA.com are copyrighted material and are the sole intellectual property of the Photographer, O. Bisogno Scotti. All rights are reserved. The images can not be used in any way without the expressed written permission of  the photographer, O. Bisogno Scotti.

If you would like to use any of the images displayed on Blog-Bisogno or fotografia-LA.com, please contact us at the phone number or email address below. Thank you.

fotografia-LA, 3327 W. 5th Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90020

phone:  213.712.3686

email:  scotti@fotografia-LA.com

fotografia-LA web site: fotografia-LA.com

What examiner.com is saying about O. Bisogno Scotti!

The Soul Twisters on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/sandolinoman

Excerpt from an article in the Los Angeles Times: “I started shooting at around nine years old and very early on, I figured out that I could “see” things that other people would walk by without noticing. If I looked at these things long enough, they would change into something different…something less dependent upon reality. It is the way I see the world.”
O. Bisogno Scotti

All images on the fotografia-LA web site are copyrighted material and are the sole intellectual property of the Photographer, O. Bisogno Scotti.  All rights are reserved.  The images can not be used in any way without the expressed written permission of O. Bisogno Scotti.
If you would like to use any of the images displayed on fotografia-LA.com, please contact us at the email address below.  Thank you.

13 thoughts on “About

  1. I have had Fairfax nights hanging on my wall for about twenty years.I just love that photo, but,I always thought it was evening shot, not early morning. Was It shot when you were a full time musician?

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  2. Holy shimoly! Was it that long ago? I’m glad you love it. Fairfax Night has done well for me over the years. It may have been the first print I ever sold.

    Your print is an actual photographic print. I don’t even have one of them any more. The version on my blog is digital, scanned from 35mm film.

    My best recollection (no meta data back then to refer to) is between 3:30 and 4:00 am. That was a typical time for me to be out walking the dog after a gig.

    I was a full time musician until 1995 and Fairfax Night was shot in the late 70’s. At that time, I was a musician wishing I had more time for photography. Now I’m a photographer wishing I had more time for music. Ya can’t win!

    By the way, that’s a pretty scary Avatar, or should I say Blavatar. Almost as scary as mine!

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    • Hi Melanie. You’re quite welcome.

      The day I found your site, I was looking for a new wordpress theme to replace my old one (Emire). I really liked your wordpress theme (Bueno) and had all intentions of using it, but then saw Enterprise and decided to go with that.

      I’ve been blogging since mid-July 2009. I love having a place to show my personal work, better than having them languish away as a print in a dusty old box, or on a hard drive stuffed in a closet.

      My commercial work can be found at http://www.fotografia-LA.com. Keep in touch!


  3. I have enjoyed looking at your photos very much. Having grown up in Los Angeles quite a few of your photographs brought back fond memories. In particular, The Century Towers. Oh how quickly the years pass! Thank you for making your photos available via WordPress!

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    • I’m glad you like my images of Los Angeles. The Century Towers is special for me. I was not a professional photographer back then. It was all from the heart…it still is.

      I love sharing photography via wordpress. I have made many friends.

      Thanks for stopping by. I hope you visit again soon. You can subscribe at the top left corner of the home page if you like.


  4. I’ve been browsing through your blog and looking at all your pictures, they’re really amazing! Do you currently shoot both film and digital? If you do, you’re so lucky! I wish I can get back in the darkroom and master it, but digital seems to be less costly right now. Thanks for posting your work!

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    • Thank you so much for the kind words Adriane. Feel free to browse. I think I have about 250 images on Blog-Bisogno now with more on the way, and exactly 86 Famous Photographer and Artist Quotes (click on quotes at the top of the main page). I always tell photographers such as yourself who are just starting out that everything you will ever need to know philosophically about art can be found in these quotes.

      I still have all my film cameras including my Mamiya RZ Pro ll medium format camera, but I must admit that they are collecting dust these days. Although I spent years developing my wet darkroom technique, I have embraced the digital darkroom. For commercial work, you simply will not fit into the workflow shooting film. However, film is still wonderful for artistic endeavors. There is something about film!


  5. sukiyama02. Knowing you are an artist, I appreciate you visiting and liking my about page. As far as I know, not many people come here. When I visit another artists blog, the place I go first is the about page. That is where I make the decision whether I want to go any further.


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