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One of the main characteristics of this movement is the rawness that it displays, carrying the least amount of digital modifications as possible. This concept of having camera-like eyes is what got me to explore the Fast Photography concept in a more human/organic and less mechanical level, such as the well-known advances by Eadweard Muybridge on motion photography. The approach I took in this project is about embracing the way we perceive and interact with our surroundings while relying less on a technological approach. It needs to feel personal and accessible, the reason why I only use my cell phone camera as the tool for this project. The very first cameras were used to record pictures of people, landscapes, faces, etc. all the things that the eyes can easily see and recognize, while the mind can smoothly digest it. This style is an extension of experimental photography, and it also includes all of the traditional and familiar aspects of photography, but more poetic and loose. Since we are using a digital device and not film, I explore all possible angles, natural light sources, etc. I feel completely immersed in the environment, which allows me to have a sense of what is going to work or not, equally considering everything. The "Fast Photography" Gallery is part of a book that can be purchased in the links below. Photo paper quality — https://www.amazon.com/s?k=9781715484729 Trader book quality — https://www.blurb.com/b/10267896-fast-photography
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