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I've done this picture in 2022 on the streets of Porto, Portugal. It is a part of the "As I Found It" series, a collection of "street photography" images I made with the occasion of my travels.
Even I'm a portrait photographer and most of my work is happening in a studio or other controlled set or location, I love all the forms in which the art of photography is developing. "Street Photography" is one of the domains I'm fascinated with, loving that it is the opposite of what I usually do. I like that I control nothing besides my capacity to see, understand, and act fast enough. Taking photographs on the street, documenting this incredible spectacle of life as it is, I find it as one of the most elevated forms of photography.
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