In photography, portraiture is the most delicate discipline one can imagine. It is so intensively personal and individually related that you cannot mess around whit it, no errors are allowed.
A portrait is supposed to be the mirror of the soul. Making someone’s portrait is somewhat attempting to expose the psyche of that individual, and that’s the stumbling block...
This is one of the reasons that, till now, I have been reluctant to go public with portraiture, although, in the past, I made a lot of these.
The portraits you see here, commissioned or not, are just intended to tell a story, although partial, about the individual (-s) shown. No exploring of the character nor the deepness of the personality, just modestly alluding to their passion…
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