Photography is a medium that allows capturing reality in many different ways. Two major elements that influence our perception of a photographic image are the contents – the representation of the reality that the image conveys -, and the emotional component created by the composition and the interplay of colors. In most cases, the impact of an image on the viewer results from both components that subtly interact with one another. Sometimes the intention of an image is almost exclusively focused on only one of the two elements, e.g. the contents, such as in scientific or technical documentation.
The intent of my images is to convey the emotion of the scene, playing with the equilibrium between contents, composition, colors. Some explore the extreme situation, where the image is almost free of contents (although the photographic context can still be identified in some cases) and addresses the viewer almost exclusively through its emotional component.