Movement and personal connections define Italian photographer Roberto Panciatici’s work, as evidenced by his intimate, close-up portraits and candid, unstaged frames. For him, a delicate touch or a truthful, simple moment speaks volumes. When it comes to style, Rob says he doesn’t follow any parameters, and specific trends or lighting techniques don’t shape his vision, he loves to change, not only in his life through pain and believing, but in his photography as well. The thing he has always cared deeply about is the mood, not the aesthetic. This is why Rob’s vision is a soft touch, and it’s deeply connected to the smallest feelings he’s always looking for.