In general terms, each one of us writes things about topics that we like, which we value. As a photographer, I write not only about my photography, but about other artists-photographers that I admire, who have works that most impact me, and this is the case of this post: I want to write to say about what impacts me the most, what brings me the most excitement in his work, which I would call, photojournalist-photographer-artist-social scientist North American, named Matt Black. Continue reading “What impresses me the most about Matt Black’s photography.”
One thought and one question: do we create an aesthetic in photography and then become a hostage of it? Continue reading “Aesthetics and other aspects of black & white photography”
The dynamism and much of the ability to catch the attention of the observer to photographs generally depends heavily on true and perceived geometric elements of the photographs. Continue reading “True and perceived geometry in photography”
Feeling good on a carnival morning … a Saturday mardi gras morning.
The rain that has fallen almost all week without stopping, without mercy, seems to give us a break. Continue reading “Morning of Carnival (on a Saturday)”
The more I read about this subject, the more I feel convinced that the photographs I make are primarily meant to make me happier and a better person, not a better photographer. Continue reading “In praise of becoming a better person”
A poem by Mário Quintana (Brazilian poet; 1906-1994). Continue reading “Life is ephemeral”