Having lived in Morocco for a year, i have tried to express the feeling of Morocco in the faces of the people in Morocco.
I'm trying to communicate everything that affect my life through graphic testimonials
Either a serene, yet haunting, or eerie feel.
The truth within. In portrait commissions, I look for the subject's personality...and perhaps revealing a facet of their personality not apparently visible. In my personal work, knowing that through my camera, I can transform the subject, capturing the mood or feeling it evokes in me, rather than its apparent reality. To me, photography, especially black and white--just as painting, sculpture, or any other artform--is more about capturing a mood, an emotion, a thought, an impression, rather than context; conceptual, rather than visually representative...transforming, not only the photographed subject, but also the observer.
I TRY TO EXPRESS THAT AN IMAGE CAN BE VIEWED AS SOMETHING COMPLETELY UNIQUE TO EACH NEW SET OF EYES.
NO ONE SEES ANYTHING THE EXACT SAME WAY AS ANOTHER.
Social life Around Afghanistan, cultural of the people, beauty, surprise, and human rights.
I try to express a combination of feeling and nature.The two more-like connect with each other
I create personality portraits that reveal the inner passion of the person in front of my lens. I use this to illustrate the story I write about their lives- including the desires, dreams and aspirations that we all have and love to read about.
Each of us has a story to tell. The rich complexity that every individual experiences in their lifetime is written between the lines on their faces.
Capturing this essence is my passion.
A self dertimination of thought. The things that bother me, the nature of what we do and how we try to keep it.
I express me - nuff said
I wish I really knew how to provide a meaningful answer to this question.
Basically, my images show you what I see, and how I want you to see it. My close-up detail images show details that most people miss while they live their busy hectic lives. There is much beauty around us - one just needs to slow down and learn how to really see it, even in a subject that at first glance, is ugly.
When I create images I attempt to invoke some sort of emotion from the viewer. It is not always the traditional awwwwwhh emotion that I strive for. I try to create images that are appealing to my eye, as I am the one who ultimately must be satisfied with the piece.
A sense of humor, a sense of emotion. Also, color, geometry play a role in what my eye sees.