Protests in Brazil - part... 3?
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Well... I've been photographing a lot of protests here in my country since the last thread I made.
But to be honest I feel I didn't evolve a lot since then. Seems like every new day photography becomes harder. Right now, I think my biggest problem is to conciliate the "informative" character of photojournalism with some degree of aesthetical concern. You'll see some photos that maybe aren't that bad -- but just don't exactly fit the "informational" purpose that journalism demands...
Which leads to my main problem: I'm not so sure about where I want to go as a photographer.
Anyway, I'm gonna show you some recent stuff I made in protests against the government (yes, our political and economic crisis are going deeper everyday). I can post some stuff from "pro-government" protests later, if you guys wish...
As always, sorry for my bad english.
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