When it comes to photography, Griselda believes that there is no definitive photography. The point of photography is to capture whatever beauty comes in front of the lens, and beauty is in the eye of the beholder. While working in the tourism industry Griselda is able to find a balance and a connection between work and her passion for photography.
Home town: Barcelona, Spain
Equipment: Nikon D750., Nikon 50mm f/1.4 G,
Nikon 28-85mm f/3.5 - 4.5 VR, Nikon 85mm f/1.8
What's your favorite part of living in Barcelona?: If I had to choose one of my favorite part about living in Barcelona, I’d definitely choose the vibe. There is just a cool vibe in Barcelona. Cosmopolitan meets bohemian, there's also a stark contrast between the modernist movement and the gritty, Gothic streets. You can enjoy art, music and Mediterranean food, which are always pushing the boundaries. Thereafter, you have the beaches; making this city more special. It’s all about that Barcelona vibe that makes the difference.
What catches your eye when you're taking photos?: I like taking photos of things that I believe are beautiful. I personally love sunsets. Sunsets are gorgeous, they make everyday end beautifully. Clear examples of what catches my eye when taking photos would be starry skies (Astrophotography), the blue sea (Seascapes), Flowers (Still Life) … which are a permanent source for inspiration.
What do you want viewers to take away from your work?: Inspiration, creativity and beauty. I hope my work could be a source of motivation, impetus and impulse to all the bunch of young people that are doing great stuff.
What is your favorite part about photography?: The fact that you are capturing a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce. The beauty of collecting memories and sharing them with others. Pictures gives you something to remember, and I believe that makes Photography transcendent.
Any new projects you're working on?: I’m happy to announce that in September I’m releasing my upcoming series focused on the Balearic Islands region.