Corrado Tollin, hailing from the picturesque S. Vito al Tagliamento in the Pordenone province, is a visionary photographer whose journey commenced amidst the vibrant hues of Kodachrome64 in the mid-80s, evolving into a passionate exploration of the timeless allure of black and white. With 25 years spent in the darkroom, the scent of chemicals lingered as a testament to his artistic metamorphosis. Transitioning to digital artistry with the Leica Monochrom, Corrado's lens, now a conduit to his deep connection with the world, captures the intricate dance between architecture and the ever-changing sky in captivating monochrome. Photography, to him, is a therapeutic voyage, a source of self-contentment and unity with the world. A meticulous perfectionist, Corrado seamlessly transitioned from analog to digital mastery, showcasing his preferred subjects of abstract architecture and celestial wonders.