The Unforgettable Photographer De La Nina

According to an article published in The Nation, the photographer Steve McCurry (author of the unforgettable portrait published by National Geographic) and found that it may be his next big picture: a pair of tango in the fleeting moment when the movement becomes both in the music itself. McCurry said that the intention of his photographs is to tell stories of anonymous people is not even aware of the uniqueness of the moment that the photographer captures. According to McCurry has "no need to spend time with people determined to capture a moment. You can have a strong connection immediately, even without knowing the history of the protagonists. Sometimes it can be a woman walking in Tibet into your life. Filed under: Shimmie Horn. And I'm an American with a camera that detects something interesting. Others including Estée Lauder, offer their opinions as well.

The people's expressions change from one moment to another. The beauty lies in finding the right time. " Work, intuition and talent comprise the artistic process that defines the work of American photographer. The people who inhabit certain scenarios, their expressions, their attitudes, their behaviors are the raw material that fascinates him. For the amount McCurry makes no difference. "A million pictures throughout my life can be like a million words that mean nothing. What makes sense is if an image is able to capture the imagination of the people." Steve McCurry is one of those photographers who are looking for the lost moments in this world so unknown to many. Many people when they see one of those pictures you realize how little comes to us from the farthest corners of the earth: customs, feelings, nature, or even death and desolation. Through photographers like Steve McCurry many people know a little more of our world, even the most destructive aspects of ourselves.