„To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” – Eliott Erwitt
„I like form and shape and strength in pictures.” – Herb Ritts
„Regardless of how you feel inside, always try to look like a winner. Even if you are behind, a sustained look of control and confidence can give you a mental edge that results in victory.” – Diane Arbus
“If I am at a party, I want to be at the party. Too many photographers use the camera to avoid participating in things. They become professional observers.” – Robert Mapplethorpe
“I am interested in what motivates individuals, what they do with their lives, their personalities, and how I perceive and interpret them. But of equal importance, or of perhaps even greater importance is that, even if the person is not known or already forgotten, the photograph itself should still be of interest or even excite…
A tamil priest during a religious ceremony. Munnar, Kerala state, SW India, January 2016 The Independence Day (January 26th) is observed throughout India with great joy. Flag-hoisting ceremonies, parades, cultural events and also public religious ceremonies, some of them specifically designed for this occasion (fortunately, Western-style „secularism” is completely unknown to this parts of the…
A little girl in a tamil workers’ colony inside the tea plantations. Munnar area, Kerala state, SW India, february 2016. Her eyes did not leave me during my visit in the colony (1 hr). She was drinking tea and staying silent.
Ernakulam, Kerala, India, Jan. 2016 Tamil girl in school uniform with headscarf. Met her on a ferry crossing the waterway from Alappuzha to Ernakulam. She was going to school, 1 hr each way, each day. The uniform was in violet nuances with black headscarf. She was beautiful indeed and seemed innocent.