No unmade photo deserves to be lost forever.
Whether about ethical choices or technical issues, the stories of the unmade photos reveal unknown things about feelings, unique experiences or life situations that photographers encounter. Intimate moments merge with hilarious or dramatic situations to generate a new perspective on photography, in a mix of writing and illustration.
I think there is a special place in the mind of every photographer where they keep those photos that they never took. At first, I would see them vividly, like looking at the printed photo, but lately, timidity or the lack of reaction are no longer the reason why I don’t take a photo, but rather the fear of braking GDPR laws. I no longer store anything on this imaginary memory card. [...]
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