How do we start From doremifasolasido. This is how we begin. It sets limits. He puts limits on his own photography. I’m going out to photograph Livadia. I won’t go out shooting no matter what. I will set boundaries. That’s what I want to find that’s what I’m looking for. The financial crisis can also be a help. That is it forces you to go to more meaningful things than financial prosperity. DL Overall likely. And I believe that pain produces art. I don’t know what you think. PR Yes it’s a given. You know I say many times using the opinions of many other artists that the life we live is either now that Do you know how much worse people lived in the ‘s the life we live has few happy moments short happy moments several unhappy ones that last longer and a lot of boredom boredom. The point is that your happy moments are good for your body they protect your heart your liver. Unhappy moments are good for your spirit your mind.
The point is that your happy moments
Deaths make you think about life. Divorces unhappiness move your spirit. Neither in happiness nor in unhappiness will you go to take pictures. Because when you’re hungry and you don’t have to pay your rent you don’t look to take pictures. When you are on the first night with the woman of your life you don’t take out the camera to take pictures. But all the rest of the time this flat time you photograph and in this time you subconsciously invoke your Image Manipulation Service happy and unhappy moments. You create with them. DL Very nice. How much does the ideological constitution and emotional state of the photographer affect his work So a chapel will be photographed by an atheist and a believer Will a girl be photographed by someone who is in love with her and someone who just wants to take a nice photo.
Everything must be magical sacred
This difference if it exists will you perceive it As an expert. PR Well. To disconnect CE Leads the subject the object the subject matter as the English call it from the structure of the photographer’s mind and soul. If the photographer believes in God whether he photographs a chapel or photographs a nude or photographs a landscape he will photograph it in a certain way. And this is also the great advice of Pasolini that he had said and I have this moto epigrammatic epigram we also got your moto if you wake up one morning and this whole world seems natural to you you’ve painted it you’re done. Everything must be magical sacred. Sacred not necessarily in the religious sense. Well obviously my ideology as you said or my childhood or my temperament or the anger I have in me or the love I have at the time will affect everything.