There’s this hungarian photographer, Thomas Farkas (1924), was introduced to me a short time ago, at my studies. But I think he deserves a post, cuz we have to consider if someone do something great.
What I found interesting, was the way that he seems to doesn’t care about symmetry, the objets to be shot, and perpective. At the same time, he seems to be very worried about these same things. I don’t know how to explain myself.
He came to Brazil when he was 6, and was a pioneer of the modern photography in Brazil.