Category archives: Thoughts
Lately, I ask myself more and more often, what would happen to my soul if I could spend three months of my life just wandering in search of photos.
Lately, I cannot help it but to think that, in this hyper connected world, we are loosing the target, the goal, the reasons for what we do. Think about this… Who do we, photographers, take the pictures for? Is it… continue reading »
There are things in life that one sees so far away that hardly ever believes they could happen. For me, only four years ago, the MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography by the London College of Communication felt like that:… continue reading »
‘“If I ever write something about this all, it will only be descriptions of landscapes until I get to know some truth about it.” It was a good way to escape the bitter realities.’ (Reverte, J. (1996) El sueño de… continue reading »
‘My friend Ernesto Bazan and I were having lunch a couple of weeks ago and he asked me what my last book was about. I said, me of course. He laughed knowing exactly what I meant.’ David Carol’s Facebook; 16 August… continue reading »
We all die and yet death is something that always take us by surprise. We never seem to be ready to deal with someone’s death perhaps because, being sort of a taboo topic, we hardly ever talk about it. But,… continue reading »
I have recently found myself trying hard to use the 50 mm lens to take street portraits (I usually only carry the 50 and 28 mm lenses with me). It turns out that in every single attempt I have have… continue reading »
I am sad. Yesterday, while walking around the market of the City of Granada in Nicaragua, my mind was unconsciously looking for a man I had photographed in that same place two years ago. I never knew his name or… continue reading »
When last January I started taking photos at the print-room, I never for a second imagined that this project would take me to such a beautiful end. I love photography and I love written words and, one of my dreams… continue reading »
Lord, forgive me for the temerity and then, before anything else, please send me a photo editor, an InDesign expert, a layout guru… Well, Eugene Smith would do. Thanks!