"You don't take a photograph, you make it ..." - Ansel Adams
MIRIAM B.C. · PHOTOGRAPHER
Actually, I don't know. I always wanted to take pictures, but for one reason or another I didn't.
It was only when my brother put his reflex camera in my hands that I started taking a few shots. It didn't require too long for me to realize that one can do much more than "click" in automatic mode, so I started to delve deeper and deeper into the subject.
From that moment, a new world has opened up for me. I look at everything that surrounds me with different eyes.
I look at how things change with the passing of time, the trees with the changing of the seasons, a flower as it looks in the morning and then in the evening when the light dims.
Those who follow with me on this journey are often amazed by what they have missed, but can see later on through my photographs.
"Photography helps people to see." – Berenice Abbott
MIRIAM B.C • PHOTOGRAPHER
Photographer by passion.
From the very moment I started photographing, I observe the changes that occur with the change of seasons, time, (and unfortunately also) those caused by pollution, and more, with different eyes.
A photograph says more than a thousand words. It expresses the emotions of the photographer, as (s)he sees the world while clicking, and stops time at that precise moment, capturing the subject, in its unrepeatable form.
Thanks to photography I have changed the way I look at the world. I learned to look better and deeper at reality, but above all I learned to value even the smallest and apparently insignificant detail, in everything that surrounds me.