Questiona-se o regresso. O quando, o como. Será que voltarei em definitivo, assim como os meus pais fizeram?
Terão de voltar a haver razões para aliciar quem partiu, terão de existir maneiras de mostrar que o nosso potencial pode ser usado de modo positivo para benefício de Portugal. Caso contrário quem beneficiará com o nosso empenho serão outros países.
Who is the new emigrant
The current story of many, including me.
Returning is in question. The when, the how. Will I go back for real, like my parents did?
There will have to be reasons to entice those who went away, there will have to be ways to show our potencial can be used to Portugal’s advantage. Otherwise the ones that benefit from out effort are other countries.
Lessons in photography through the lens of conservation.
The IMA Blog has a number of good posts about photographs and their preservation. These posts were written to highlight the work being done there as part of the award of a prestigious IMLS grant to survey and study the entire collection. Below are links to the posts.
Have you ever found yourself trying to capture a certain moment with a camera (no matter which type), but it just didn’t seem to want to cooperate? You capture an image, but for some reason it doesn’t translate the reality you want to convey.
I guess most people that tend to use their cameras quite a bit have the same issue as me: the dilemma of whether that image that you created is good enough to reflect that particular moment.
Photographing has the advantage of freezing a slide of time. However, sometimes reality is just better.