About – Copyright – New website
“In my life I worked for the family necessities and photographed for living better “
My new WebSite (only new images): Mario Mazziol Photography mariomazziol.blogspot.com
dal sito http://www.wetzlar-historica-italia.it: Intervista a Mario Mazziol
- Mario Mazziol Venice Italy: Mario is a Venice based freelance Photographer. He was employed by E.N.I. group as a chemical engineer and industrial photographer. He left home at age 21 and the world has been his home for nearly 37 years. Now he lives, with his wife Adriana, in Venice where photography consumes his time. You could say that my photo album does not have their own logic. In fact I love working on “the project” trying to develop the initial idea. I publish my work when I completed them (although sometimes I take them in hand for updating). This justifies the fact that I did not consider it useful to divide the work into different sections, ie B & W, color, reportage etc. A special mention deserve the portfolio dedicated to the Nigeria country where I lived for seven years. A good portion of the photos were taken on UNICEF assignment. The theme of the work concerned the status of women and children in northern Nigeria. (see portfolio in the “Gallery”) – Please note that Mario is on the web since 2001.
- Copyright & Term of Use: Images, text, design, layout posted on this web site are the property of the “Author” Mario Mazziol Venice Italy, and they are protected by the Italian law of the Right of Author, n. 633/1941 and following changes. The reproduction must expressly be authorizes by the Author, also in respect of the Italian law 128/2004″. The images can be viewed on your monitor for non commercial and personal purpose, and should not be used otherwise. The images are not allowed to be modified, used for commercial purpose, nor should they be publicly displayed. This means you may NOT copy and re-use the pictures in any other internet or printed publication of any kind.
- March 2017: An updated version of my website is online. I wish to thank those who helped me, supported and made the full update. I would never have been able to do it (as it had done the previous version, but times have changed, and I’m no longer the same!).
Thanks, I am grateful.