Psychology and photography are deeply intertwined; they look at each other and listen, creating effective, adaptable frameworks with hopeful results.
Mira, ANDANAfoto’s Artificial Intelligence specializing in photography training and personal development.
We have added a new expert to the ANDANAfoto team. Meet Mira, an Artificial Intelligence specializing in photography and personal development training.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the mediation team for welcoming us again this year and to all those who participated in the experience…
Three days spent together to awaken creativity, curiosity for self-discovery, and inspiration to embark on a personal photography project.
A self-portrait can be an instrument to get to know oneself, a way of exposing our body but it also manifests the feeling and the intimate way of being. A self-portrait is a map of your intimate world, a statement of intentions, a testimony about who you are and how you show yourself.
Today, more than ever in history, we have the possibility to take photographs at any time. We create images quickly and easily. We create images because we can.
Photography changes our way of seeing the world, of feeling and perceiving reality. It fosters intense processes of personal self-knowledge, knowing who we are and what we can do with who we are, a fundamental resource for the achievement of happiness.
Photographs taken during the PHOTOGRAPHY TO GET TO KNOW YOURSELF training by the participants.
Today, more than ever in history, we have the possibility to take pictures at any time. We create images quickly and easily. We create images because we can.
Can images change the world we live in?
This great question can haunt those who make documentary photography, those who find spaces, places and communities in the world that need help or global support, and those who say that what is happening can’t happen in an ethical and civilized society.
This exhibition talks about the need to break the silence, to give light and make visible the reality of people in the process of integration, anonymous artists or normal people that we all are. The images show a normalizing and integrating nuanve, an understanding of reality from the perpective of its own protagonists.
I don’t like to see a wonderful photograph and have my gaze fall on that wound; on the fiery mark of the creator, invalidating the visual walk of the person who observes and contemplates. Therefore, I invite you to start your critical thinking, another way of looking.
Your real gaze can be numbed by the vision through the lens, turning it into a filtered gaze. The real look is always richer, full of nuances and physical sensations. Fir this reason, the photographic gaze, like any other ability, must also be exercised.
Ismael Nadal The most important component of a camera is behind it. Ansel Adams . Do you dare to start something new? If you are excited to take photos. If you want to develop your creativity to the maximum, express and tell the world something even if you don’t really know that. If…
Photograph by David Hurn If you want to know your photographic identity or start a personal project and you don’t really know where to start, it may be time to create your Folder B. How are my photos? What identifies them? What difference my photos from others? These questions are difficult to answer.…