Your first photographic memory, the first emotion. Your most beautiful photographic memory. Your worst memory. These questions are very interesting. Our work as a photographer is about memories, how we keep them, how they affect and shape us as human beings. Most of our memories are not real or have never happened as we imagine. They are only mental reconstructions. We deceive ourselves with our memories. Whenever we remember something, we change it and we are not even aware of the process. This mechanism allows us to understand the world around us, to create our identity and helps us to...
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