Antoine De Ras “Displaced Migrant Worker” Portrait

Displaced

Photo: antoinederas.com

“I was drawn to photojournalism/documentary photography as a means of expressing myself and telling interesting and important stories. Photography has taught me so much about myself and other people but most importantly to observe and to look and see my environment more closely and with a more critical and questioning eye.” –Antoine De Ras Read more 

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Photography: “Never Let You Go”

Photo: worldpressphoto.org

“My work, it is a job in which I have a lot of passion, in which I have a deep interest not only in just using it to make a living, but rather to leave a mark in the society with my work. This is an ideal. Somehow it is a way of living as well; I just can’t help thinking a lot about photography…” –Alejandro Kirchuk Read more 

A Revelation

blog6c“We are travelers on a cosmic journey,stardust,swirling and dancing in the eddies and whirlpools of infinity. Life is eternal. We have stopped for a moment to encounter each other, to meet, to love, to share.This is a precious moment.” -Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist. Read More

Disney’s Subliminal Fantasies

disney1Remember how many times you used to replay one movie when you were a child? It was never enough to see the part where the princess dances with the prince. But now that we are older, and we listen to the songs and we have a different perspective, we interpret some “messages” differently. Read More 

Media: Addiction vs. Tendency

6Let’s be honest. We love media and our social networks. How many times do you check your phone to see if there is a message or an email? Or how many times do you go on Facebook or Twitter to check out what everyone is doing? So, to what extent is it an addiction or a tendency? Read More