There are some very talented photographers out in the world, and of course some very gifted pizzaiolos. Finding both of those skills in a single person is the rare case. In the interests of full disclosure, I am neither a good photographer, nor a terribly special pizza chef. Which makes my admiration for those who can do both all the more profound.

You can find people with a love of photography and beautiful pizza on a number of photo sharing websites, including Pixabay.com, Pexels.com and Unsplash.com, which jointly contain millions of incredibly high quality photos posted for sharing, without commercial use restrictions. Flickr.com also has an image sharing site, where it is possible to find great images where the photographer foregoes their commercial right, and allows their images to be freely used. On our website—biscottodisorrento.com—we feature images from a number of these photographers, and we make financial donations to them through their host platform. If the company takes off and does well, we will increase those donations.

The image attached to this post is from Nadin Sh on Pexels.com.

We also feature great pizza and landscape photography on Instagram, giving the photographers as much visibility and support as we can. We’re a start-up with zero revenue and a size-zero social media footprint, but of course we’re hoping to change both of those things in the coming months and years, and one of the things we can do with whatever social media currency we develop will be to spend it in support of deserving artists.

We’ll keep looking for great photography of Pizza Napoletana, pizza ovens, the Gulf of Naples, Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi, Capri, Mount Vesuvius and the rest of Campania, and share it with you.