There are two things that keep me awake in photographic creation, the first is to recognize that every step I advance, despite feeling sure of what I have dedicated time, effort and talent to master, I face doubts and introspection as I approach a new photographic facet. The other is to keep in mind that I have not yet taken my best photo - and I want to do it.
When you have dedicated many years to photography, you realize that each image is a world, that each genre has its rules, I would also dare to say it is often the public who decides, judges and values. Technique, which can be studied, is not everything. Therefore, one needs to research, create and fit, to the market, to style. Fixed patterns work at certain times, but it is vital to see and absorb large doses of creation.
A Portfolio is the best thing a photographer has, his showcase, but it is not something fixed, immovable. Today I teach this part of my work, something that illustrates a part of the photojournalism to which I have devoted many years, to extreme sports photography, to travel, to nature, to teaching. There are images that carry the terms X-pan, Ilford, Velvia ... the language of analog photography, but what difference does the medium matter. The image is what counts, and what speaks of what I have lived, what I have seen and what I try to convey.