Reminaissance, do not look for this word, it does not appear in any dictionary, do not look either with which filters I treated these images there are none.
You must always avoid confusing reality, what the photographer wants to show you and what you imagine by looking at photos, these are three often very different elements.
I contemplate children playing inside a plastic bubble evolving on the water, I photograph them.
Looking at the scene, everyone sees children playing. I see a whole story in it, the development of the child in the body of its mother, from the embryo to birth. And I tell it in photos. Looking at my photos, the interpretations are very diverse…
The round cut seems to me to be consistent with the subject and a little nod to the cherubs painted in medallions in the Renaissance.