a photo essay of lives in lockdown

In these strange, suspended times, a camera and lens can be an emotional bridge from one person to the next. As a filmmaker you become reliant on the manic energy of shooting and the warmth of your community – crews, actors, colleagues or subjects – to keep you buoyant. Lately, I’ve been taking a lot of photos instead – through open doors and from the other side of the windows, respecting physical distancing – to try and capture the faces of friends and colleagues locked down inside their homes.

Link: a photo essay of lives in lockdown
via www.theguardian.com

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