Photographer's Note

It is an illusion to think that we all share the same world. The only thing we share is the capability to interpret and decode everything by which we are surrounded. And the richness of the World comes from the fact that each one of us has a personalized, and thus different look over what we commonly call reality.

This is why, apart from pure technical advises, we see so many photograph critiques suggesting a different perspective or a different composition for a specific photograph. Because each one of us “sees” the subject in a singular way.

Take the man on this photograph for instance. At his left hand side, you can see the Wall of Reformers (Mur des Réformateurs). Anyone knowing this place in Geneva, would have expected to see him FACING the wall with his camera because that is the MAIN SUBJECT there.

He just turned the other way, and took a photograph of what he felt should be HIS main subject. Different perspectives and POV are the basis of a more interesting daily life, IMO.

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