• As discussed in the last image by Ricardo I have worked on the subject of Rene Magritte.

    To do so I have appealed to my background in street photography and created a multi layered image full of reflections and movement.

    Since Magritte was part of this surrealist movement started in the early 20th century I used a low shutter speed to generate a blur on the subject passing by the window and thus help convey some level of surrealism – or at least I so would wish. 🙂

    PS. I believe a trend is showing up and is already visible in the first 4 images of this blog, Ricardo is a nature oriented person with great interest in landscape photography while I am a urban guy who thrives is all things city. I’m sure it will be nice to see the back and forth between city and nature and how so disparate styles of images can still be a source of inspiration.

    • rroxio

      A inspiração para a minha próxima foto teve a sua génese não na foto do Fabrício, mas na descrição que fez da mesma. Movimento reflectido e surrealismo será a minha próxima abordagem.