Pietro De Albertis was born in Venice in 1960. He began taking pictures at 16, developing and printing them himself. Since then, he has never given up his passion for photographs of Venice. He has exposed his works in a range of solo and group exhibitions. Today he continues to shoot his photographs of Venice on film. Over the years the photographer has built a photo gallery of the most hidden venetian sceneries, particularly of Cannaregio the sestiere where he lives.

7 Unique Ways to Photograph Venice – link to Ytali

Participation to the the book “Dream of Venice in black and white”

L’attesa – San Polo, Venezia
C’era una porta – Cannaregio, Venezia
A manina – Cannaregio, Venezia