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Alms...

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Alms sent on January 09, 2014 (20:33) by Andreanobili. 2 comments, 486 views.

, 1/80 f/6.3, ISO 320, hand held. Roma, Italy.

Foto scattata a Roma, c'è poco da dire :-( Commenti, pareri e suggerimenti sempre ben accetti Grazie Andrea





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avatarjunior
sent on January 10, 2014 (12:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Tosta. There are lots of years that one wonders if they should or should not take scenes like this (see for example the position of the poor Ando Gilardi). I think it's reportage and serves to make people think.

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Angell

avatarjunior
sent on January 10, 2014 (14:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Honestly I do not agree with the famous poem by Ando Girardi, also I think the photo reportage serves to reflect and unfortunately often the things that make you think things are bad and not nice ones ...

To me then things depend a lot on the spirit in which the photograph means to document gets ... and unfortunately there are certain situations and I think it's fair to document ... there is no moral judgment or sensationalism ... just behind the documentation of a fact ...

Looking at the photographs of Steve McCurry (though far be it from me to compare myself to him, mind you ...) are filled with shots of dramatic situations even worse than this ... maybe he should not have them? Personally, going to his show I found some of his photos a real punch in the stomach (a few did not make me sleep well at night: a uNo father of a child and both legs amputated due to a mine and another of a charred corpse in Kuwait) ... if he had not done what would have happened? Well, in my humble opinion, those people would be in the exact same situation, but no one in the world would have been able to reflect on certain situations! Maybe reason is to improve the world (as much as possible ...)

According to me it does not take more than a priori must instead be able to understand in which situations you should not shoot (you have to understand when you are likely to embarrass or humiliate the subject even if it does not bring home the shot at all costs) but it is equally wrong (or perhaps worse) not to take on principle because it is the same behavior of those who pass by without even looking to avoid feeling guilty when then come inin its beautiful warm home with every comfort ...

In fact, I'm not ashamed to admit that these subjects I find them much more interesting than others just because they have a story behind (albeit dramatic) and I think it is much worse to ignore them and reduce them to a limbo of existence that do not take a picture. Personal opinion of course



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