I call this project Almost a Portrait as I try to explore a certain regard about the exchange of affections and complicity between the portrayed ones and myself as photographer. Because I find a lot more. Expectations that not came real, agreements and disagreements, certainties that become more or less steady... Is all about to give and receive, searching for a own identity of another on one image. In this process I feel like I in the middle of a map looking for ways of recognition as myself in the end. Maybe because of that I feel it incomplete, with no end or not surely definite.
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