I’ve been trying to do some documentary work for a couple of months, and I guess I wouldn’t do this unless it was a school asignement. I was out of my comfort zone again, no strobes and shooting only on 400 ISO, but I’m pleased with the results.
Goran is a sculptor, an artist, who I only met for a couple of times and those were more-or-less business themed, but I guess were great to break the ice of entering someone’s comfort (or not) zone and personal space. He was also working on an assignement himself, under pressure, fatigue, resulting in some dramatic and honest photographs which I was actually looking for. One of most interesting details were his tools for working with clay. Hand-made by himself from lamb bones (some of them), even when I didn’t know what they were made of it looked more natural than other tools.