Traveling, constantly, in different countries, the last year, I look for dissimilarity through diversity and contrast which there is in the world. My recent destination was the country of Morocco. Morocco is located at northwest coast of Africa, wet by Atlantic Ocean and in north coast wet by Mediterranean Sea. Additionally, one endpoint located at the one side of Gibraltar’s narrow and at the south side bothering with West Sahara. For this reason, Morocco combine multicultural elements, which attracted my interest, thus my favorite subject is people’s daily life that I enjoy capturing.
I found myself in sunny Morocco studying light and shadow in each of my photographs, as both of them were essential in highlighting elements such as the texture, the color and the architecture that dominated around in the city. The element of chaos that existed around was very difficult to avoid, (traffic, noisy backgrounds etc.) so it had to be somehow included in the frame but in a way that would make the photo look natural and easily “readable” to it’s viewer. The right composition in my photographs was actually the biggest factor that affected the final result. It definitely took time to achieve that but it actually leveled up all my shots. In some of them you will see multiple layers, which in a way show the multiple intensity of life in Morocco, detecting moments that cannot be repeated.
Category : Street
Date : 2019
Location : Morocco: Marrakesh, Essaouira, Fez, Chefchaouen, Casablanca.