“When photographing, it is an advantage if one can hear at least as well as one can see.”
A rapid, sweeping glance at what is happening. An encounter – an incidence of light, a play of colours, a brief eye contact. Then, closing the eyes, allowing the after-image to take effect – what occurred here exactly? What sort of energy flows from this person?
Regina Hügli portrays places and people; in doing so, she looks for images that convey what is hidden. “Every person, every situation, and every story has its own metaphorical language.” Whether using available light or sophisticated lighting techniques, whether a snapshot or a staged setting, the appropriate visual language is often best found by means of intuition.
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