Some photographers allow their cameras to become an extension of their bodies and souls, producing work which talks about the artist as much as it does about the landscape they photograph. Rafael Rojas has the story
A few months ago, I had the opportunity to attend a very special classical music concert in France. We had booked the tickets quite a while in advance, and managed to obtain a couple of seats in the front row, just a few steps away from the main stage. The concert, mainly interpreted by chords, started with a performance from the main orchestra. The music poured from the instruments and flooded the auditorium. I was ecstatic. Or at least, that is what I thought at that moment. A few minutes later though a single…
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