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Geometric kisses

I got my first camera as a gift for my seventh birthday. 30 years latter, photography is still constantly present in my life. On one hand, that makes the life of my friends and family easier as always know what to offer me. Gifts associated with photography are always welcome – a new filter, a book, and why not a lens. On the other hand they are often asked to be my models. I cherish meeting new persons and listen to them. I love to see the beauty in everyone and show it in my pictures. All my activities (photography, sociology, working with children and students) are associated with listening and understanding the people and their driving forces. In everyday life I most often shoot studio portraits in Brussels. Whenever possible I travel with my camera in hand. More on my work on www.ralitza.be
Geometric Kiss
KISS – Keep it Simple and Smile
I love simple minimalistic pictures. The details are particularly important for me. The main principle of my work is the KISS – Keep it Simple and Smile. The exhibit Geometric Kiss presents you minimalistic pictures from different journeys – Russia, Greece, Switzerland, Syria, Tunisia, and Belgium.