The digital approach gives one a great freedom of never running out of material, however, this doesn't necessarily lead to better results. In this project, I wanted to slow down and work as concentrated as possible.
These portraits were done with a medium format Pentax 67 camera. I had only 10 shots per person and had to use a tripod to be able to work with the available light, which made the conditions even more restrictive. It was a wonderful experience of overcoming the hectic and remaining concentrated on my subjects here and now.