Photography is more complex than finding focus on the camera, creating a composition, or capturing lighting conditions. I have always been fascinated by how perception can change our sense of reality when engaging with an image. The interaction that occurs between past experiences and our unconscious generates new mental images that transcend the reality shown. Photography is more about human emotions and how we as spectators connect with the image. But for this to happen, we need to embrace the act of contemplation, which translates to a suspended moment of complete Stillness.
There are no empty spaces, even when there's no visible line in the horizon. There are only human emotions. There are only human emotions. I will continue embracing the act of contemplation, not only as a photographer but also as a spectator. This search for Stillness is a practice we all need to engage in more often, either behind the camera lens or in our lives. We must slow down until we rest in complete Stillness.
" There are no empty spaces, even when there's no visible line in the horizon. There are only human emotions ..."