DAIDO MORIYAMA INFLUENCES. Series II.

This is the second series of my photographs that I present in tribute to this great Japanese and world photographer named Daido Moriyama, whom I greatly admire. These photos are from several dates made in the city of São Paulo-SP, Brazil.
I do not deny the strong influence I have of the work of Moriyama when I photograph streets in megacities like São Paulo. Continue reading

“Jujuy Palette” in black and white. Part Ia.

I now share black and white photos of northwestern Argentina – a beautiful region with stunning landscapes.

This series was called “Palette Jujuy” where I try to express the strength and emotion of the multicolored hills that are in the region of Pumamarca. Continue reading

In praise of black and white photography

There are many phrases already spoken about black and white photography, but this one by Robert Frank summarizes and symbolizes everything for me:
“Black and white are the colors of photography, which symbolize the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.” Continue reading

Images of a profound Brazil that I miss so much

A feeling that has been on me for the last months: ‘feeling of a profound Brazil’.

These are images of people, customs of life (personal and collective), beautiful untouched rural landscapes or small-scale farming, all very authentic, where men and women work hard day by day and live a simple life far from the sophistication of famous urban and industrial centers. Not surprisingly, they are first and foremost very happy.
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