Cambodia 2004-2007 & 2008-2009
As a documentary photographer, I have encountered people in many contexts and that has changed my life, not by the process of photographing but by the process of engagement. The more I have studied people and shown concern for them, the more I have learned about myself.I suppose that is one of the main rewards of being a documentary photographer.
Sunday, August 28, 2005
Saturday, August 27, 2005
Burn your brain
Stand 4 them...
Friday, August 26, 2005
2 reach the unreachable StAr...
They were four of them. I remember it was one of those see them first days. I just stopped and sat next to the kids. After a minute or two, some grown-ups came and asked for a group taut.
It was some months after, when I showed them their pictures including this one.
They asked me if they can keep it.
BUT YOU SEE, THEY WERE FOUR OF THEM...
AND IT WAS ONLY ONE PHOTO...
Kids, the most wanted creatures in da world!
First you see them, then they see you... when this happens they'll come to ask for Yum Yum or some ruy...
The thing that surprises me is that even if you don't give them any thing they're going to be your friend but the point is that as soon as you become their friend you are going to buy them any thing they ask for.
U SAY NO?
THEN YOU GOT TO GIVE YOUR SELF A TRY:
TRY TO SEE THEM FIRST!