Humanist photography has made street portraiture a way to collect faces at different times. Behind the intrigue of the discovery of this other, there is always amazement, the mark of otherness. My photograph of street and passers-by is thus like a catalog, an archipelago of faces, contemporaries and witnesses of the humanity of our time. In obtaining my shots of passers-by, a double protocol: the choice of chiaroscuro, and the after-the-fact constitution of a fictitious narration with the end-to-end placing of the obtained images. The play between street documentary photography and studio staging due to the punctual lighting on faces...
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