Barcelona-based photographer Clemente Vergara shoots on analog film as a way to merge his passions of photography, architecture, and traveling. His compositions depict a clever play between line, shape, shadow, and color.
Taking photos is “about communicating myself, to offer a vision of what I think is harmonious and beautiful,” Vergara explains to IGNANT. His imagery is shot in a variety of locations, from the anonymous architecture of the villages in the Atlantic Moroccan coast, and the small temples in the north of India, to the iconic housing complex at the Gallaratese Quarter in Milan, Italy. Yet, not all locations need to be special, distinguished, or revered: “What I enjoy most is when I shoot a modest building, or the architectural details that would be neglected, but I succeeded in extracting something worthy of watching,” he says. “That would be something I try to communicate; any kind of architecture can be beautiful if you look at it with a different eye.”