New photo update!

Spoiler: this is not a sailing-related post, as most of them have been ever since I embraced this new hobby of mine 🙂 It’s been a very-very long time since my last photography update, mainly since I haven’t had the chance to go out shooting for almost three years now. I still have a bunch…

Bucharest Transit

Our world changes all the time. Every step we take outside our daily routine engraves a disparate impression on our memory. Our entire experience becomes the sum of isolated, flimsy moments. The fabric of time only connects these instances to create the illusion of a continuous flow, where change, or progress, appears uninterrupted. Photography does…

A few thoughts on Paul Strand’s work

Recently I read a book about Paul Strand’s life and work published by Aperture (“Paul Strand Sixty Years of Photographs“). There were several things that struck me in particular about the enduring creation of one of America’s most prominent modernist photographers (along Alfred Stieglitz and Edward Weston). As a photographer Strand was driven by an unyielding desire to…