I don’t have a certain style. Some photographers become famous and they use or are forced to use the same style all the time. I made a different choice. For me, style is just something about form. I’m much more interested in the content. I can use different styles according to different stories. This choice makes me less recognizable but I prefer to pay the price for it. For a photographer, shooting pictures makes up 20 percent of the whole work. The rest consists of thinking of how to combine the photos, how to narrate the story, and what to do whit this story.
Brano tratto dal libro Photo Talks di Selahattin Sevi, edito da ZAMAN KiTAP