I always felt I see things differently than others. But maybe I don't.
My interested in photography started with my grandpa's 35mm Canon, until it broke when I was 15.
Since then I dabbled with shitty digital cameras and mobile phones.
Not until my first real camera was in 2012.
I bought a used Canon 30D and a 1.8f 50mm, and later a 35-70mm 2.8f my mother gave me.
But I stopped in 2015.
This due to a personal tragedy. I lost the most important someone in my life.
This person was my muse and biggest supporter of my photography. The other half of my motivation, of my heart.
After that loss, capturing emotions was (ironically enough) to emotional for me. I just quit.
So this is a tribute to her, my beautiful girl.
The person that made me believe, I also could create things that people would like, even if I didn't like it. That wasn't so important, creation was.
She made me understand this. And for that, I am forever grateful.
I'll love you always. I miss you.