This series explores how to render the lifespan of a wave, from its birth to developpment and death. The sea is here seen as an entity in itself as much as a multitude of elements simultaneously.
The series explores the spatial preception within the notions of duration and distance.
The locations are photographed with
the intention of capturing their essence, associated to its
souvenir after having wandered through them, mingling past and present, compilked with emotions. The entire photographing process occurs in situ and in camera,
without post-digital manipulation.
This series explores how to render, in a single image, the
multidimensionality present in megalopolis. The photos aim to
produce a rendering that relates more to memory than to sight: a
feeling, mingling different moments, angles and framing.
Technically, the images are made in situ and in camera, without any post-production mix nor retouching.