Just another liston photographic thoughts
This is what it could be called an unplugged result of a camera interview.
It’s a kind of pre-aggrement of what it would be stated. A study.
The result: the pure essence of portraiture.
To be able to take a portrait we have to earn trust.
I have to thank my good friend, Ana, for trusting me.
I’ll always remember this session.
Time has no mercy on our memory!
We must realize the importance of photography
as the ignition of our memory. Photographs are
the most precious things that we have.
They tell us where we came from and who we really are.
My grandmother in her youth.
She was always cautious with her words
in order to not offend anyone.
She was a very wise person.
I remember a time when I found some money
on the street and I got very enthusiastic
about it. She made me return the money to
the bakery nearby because it should belong
to someone in the neighbourhood. So I did it.
This is just another list on photographic thoughts.
I’ll be sharing things related to the mental process of image making and feeling.