Taking part in photography raises curiosity and openness.

Taking part in photography raises curiosity and openness.

“The children were open and curious, taking an active part in my photography.” – this sentence, as well as a short article which I’m sharing with you today is an example of how photography can engage children (and adults), activate them, bring back joy and other positive emotions, and as a result, supports healing. From the photos in this article, you can clearly see an exceptional quality of the relationship between the children and the photographer (or a coach or another type of a specialist who uses photography in their work with people). The project was done in Brasov, Romania in a big hospital for children with TB by TOBIAS Tobias Hofsäss, a photographer based in Brussels. Tobias decided to join this course “ONE IMAGE – MANY WORDS. Photography in Coaching and Personal Development” and I’m really honoured that I can show this work here to you.
Have a wonderful week, Do Raniszewska

Link to Tobias Hofsass page:
http://www.tobiashofsaess.com/work/childhood-tb/

Below a screenshot from his website:

Taking part in photography raises curiosity and openness.

#oneimagemanywords #photocoaching #coaching #phototherapy #socialphotography

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The image is an essential element of how we experience the world.

The image is an essential element of how we experience the world.

Hello😀! It is Sunday morning in Warsaw where I am now. Let’s open this day with a beautiful quote from Aaron Siskind, an American photographer who said: “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.

I have to tell you – it is a very true sentence! I often witness how photos remind us, and my clients about things we forgot, but once we see them right in front of our eyes, memories come back! And we can return to our most important moments.

And how about you – do you keep photos you made time ago? If yes, why keeping photos is important to you? 

Do Raniszewska

The image is an essential element of how we experience the world.

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Taking photos helps to regain life energy

Taking photos can be very helpful in depression, anxiety, a decrease of mental and physical energy, stress. I’ve been going out with my camera for years when I didn’t feel well enough, or my mind was anxious. And, I observed how quickly my energy was back each time I went out to take photos. The mind is busy looking at nature or street around while taking photos. It gets cleared from anxiety. The feeling of peace and engagement is regained.

to go outside with the camera

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