Project “Person” is a series of photographs that depict people but preserve their privacy and intimacy. I’m trying to do portraits so as to give the viewer an opportunity to reflect on why, while using photography, I operate with aesthetics that brings to mind paintings (a kind of post-impressionism paintings). As a social psychologist and an amateur photographer, I want to stress in the current visual culture the need for respect for a person’s privacy and of reflection on the use of our “objects” in art. Very often paintings give a deeper insight into conditions of a subject, which photography, as a more “instant” tool of creating, lacks (especially in our pop Facebook & Instagram “culture”). The title of each picture, in the form of a fingerprint’s photo, emphasizes each person’s uniqueness and inimitability.