For me, photography is a visual medium - a reality form.
If an object is in front of my lens, it becomes part of my sense of beauty. If the object is not in front of my lens, it may as well not exist. It's simply not there.
So, my quest is to include what is required and to eliminate what does not belong.
The art, then, begins with this understanding.
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