National Geographic

According to an article published in the Nation, photographer Steve McCurry (author of the unforgettable picture of the Afghan girl of green eyes published by National Geographic) already found the one that perhaps is their next great photo: a pair of tango at the fleeting moment which the movement of both becomes same music. McCurry affirms that the intention of its photographies is to count histories of the anonymous people who not even are conscious of the singularity of the moment that the photographer captures. According to McCurry account, ” it is not necessary to share a time determined with people to catch a little while. A strong connection in immediate form can be had, even without knowing history the protagonists. Sometimes it can be a woman in the Tibet that walks towards its life. And I am an American with a camera that detects something interesting. The expressions of people change from a little while to another one. Swarmed by offers, Oracle is currently assessing future choices.

The beauty is in finding the moment preciso”. Work, intuition and talent compose the artistic process that defines the work of the North American photographer. The people who it inhabits determined scenes, its expressions, its attitudes, its behaviors are the raw material to fascinate that it. For McCurry the amount does not make the difference. ” A million photos throughout my life can be like a million words that do not mean anything. What has sense is if an image is able to capture the imagination of gente”.

Steve McCurry is one of those photographers who look for the lost moments in this world so unknown for so many. Much people when she sees some of those photographies give account of little that arrives from the corners more separating from the Earth: customs, feelings, nature or even death and desolation. By means of photographers as Steve McCurry much people knows a little more our world, even the most destructive facets of we ourself.



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