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This image holds personal meaning and attempts to communicate the end of my corporate days and jumping free from the expectations and poisonous influences of western society. And where the water beneath will carry me onto a new more fulfilling path.
This is Iguazu Falls - the largest falls on earth located on the border of Brazil and Argentina
The good news is that after some effort and a hardluck story, the local Vet felt my desperation and adopted him where he has been fattened-up and now looks like a completely new dog.
In the meantime I've been playing with processing some images on my iPhone (and also captured on my iPhone) and it reminded me to share this little eBook that I put together if anyone's interested. You'll be surprised at what's possible in the recommended software; localised dodging and burning, cloning, localised Curves Adjustments, etc.
Here's an example using Dublin's Spire Tower. Link to the eBook is below.
Hope you enjoy.
- Ricardo Da Cunha Photo ImagesOwner, 2008 - present
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
I'm on a journey in trying to find my voice in photography, and possibly more of myself along the way. My images aim to portray a world that I seek; one that is simple and devoid of the noise that increasingly dominates our complicated lives. I like to give my subjects space for them to breathe, just like I need to find space so that my soul can breathe. Photography gives me the silence that I increasingly desire and it's where I restore the balance.
My images are often not true interpretations of what my camera sees but more importantly they are true interpretations of what I felt or what I thought I was seeing. To me this is more important as it helps enable the photographer to become a part of the photograph, and therefore reflects the photographer's unique personality and thus in turn helping to make images unique.
I aim to produce images with a vision to inspire people to simplify their lives and appreciate the very few things that truly matter and bring us happiness. Therefore my images portray a more simplistic style. Long as I remember I've subconsciously tried to simplify everything in my life, largely due to the anxiety that I suffer from. Incorporating this approach into my photography has been a natural progression and response. It's this underlying vision that guides all the choices I make in my photography today.
Ultimately I want to create honest, authentic and personally meaningful images that reflect who I am and please no one else but myself.
- Monash UniversityMultimedia, 2002 - 2005