A. Machado

A photography portrait is a priceless legacy, which is part of our social background and familiar memory. Just as pointed painted portraits were in the past.
Although our present technological epoch trivializes the way in which we value and keep our memories, photography is able to make any event relevant.
To choose how we want to keep those memories alive is a complex task. This task requires sensitivity and respect for the person who we are going to photograph.
Our glance must be able to watch every gesture and every shape so that time will permit us to remember something else than a mere image.

It is said that “happiness takes a second and that the remembrance of that second is nostalgia”.
In fact, photography plays a key role in all this game of remembrance.

Two Lovers Photo - Sandra Gallardo

Two Lovers Photo - Sandra Gallardo

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