Juan Manuel Castro Prieto had spent three days at the Fnac studio, but he was still in great shape. “It’s an interesting experience,” says the photographer. “We see a lot of people, sometimes they’re alone. I like it when people are receptive and involved. It results in lovely images. Attention is the most difficult thing to manage, because you have to control everything.”
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