In Cuba, people sit on the portals at the end of the day. They cross their hands, lower their heads, and wait for night to fall among the noises of Havana. The fingers are full of scars from the years that have passed crossed with each other and the nails keep the empty spaces. The portrait of one is the portrait of everyone and a camera is not enough to understand what is behind those shadows.
My name is Víctor Cervantes and I am a street photographer and audiovisual producer from Havana, Cuba. For more than 8 years, I have explored the streets of my country trying to find stories to tell through photography. I seek to connect with the subjects and themes finding the most human part of objects, people, and compositions around me.
My creative process is guided by emotion and strength, combining black and white with highly detailed images that take the viewer into the setting where I took the photo. The stories I seek are based on my own life, my dreams, and each of my photographs is a fragment of my perception of reality.
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