Photographing is the art of knowing how to see, in order to show. A photograph has no expression or meaning, if not seen and inherently interpreted. The photographer should not only observe and capture. He is impelled to show his creation, almost like a cause-effect relationship. In this process, he influences the image with its own subjectivity. It is something inseparable in the art of photography. Hence its infinity and beauty. The factuality of an image varies in equal measure, with the photographer’s view and other’s subjectivation. In this sense, we’re also responsible for the interpretative direction we give the image, not just the proponent photographer.