By Elio Delgado
HAVANA TIMES, July 8 -To make a portrait is to bring out what is hidden inside. It is to capture a look, a smile or grimace, without posing. This means doing so with images, not what people say, but capturing all they have to say: their life, their story, their happiness and hardships, their tasks.
Generally, you get the portrait after sharing time with people for a few days, sometimes much longer – and there it is, with all its sensitivity and the subjectivity.
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