People of Buenos Aires

30220606944_5c7a339b3f_o (1)It was in Buenos Aires where I started to make portraits. Before, I only had landscapes or animals in front of my lenses. I disliked how people would lose their authenticity and become uncomfortable as soon as they would see a camera, and I didn’t know yet how to loosen them up. But for a spontaneous photographer, it is the most blissful experience to have people around you that are comfortable with you and your camera. So it is thanks to my awesome photogenic friends that I discovered that I actually had the skills – and even more important, the passion – to shoot other people.

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