sábado, 14 de agosto de 2010

Cristiano Mascaro

Today I had the privilege of attending a lecture of Cristiano Mascaro, one of the most important Brazilian photographers, at SESC da Esquina Theater.

He defines himself as a pedestrian photographer who likes to insert himself in his object of interest and with a camera in hand, find the pictures that the place or the situation offers.

He is essentially an urban photographer, averse to the obvious (like a beggar photographed in an environment of luxury and ostentation) and in terms of equipment, he resisted as long as he could to digital and everything that comes along with it (memory cards, computers, external hard drives, backups, etc).

2 comentários:

  1. Wonderful photographs. Hope you enjoyed the lecture.

  2. Hi Randy. It was great. It is wonderful to listen to someone who really loves his job.