Dan Mirică: Looking for harmony through the present moment
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by Editor Marius Cinteză
“Before taking a picture I like to live the moment, to feel that I’m completely immersed within the place I am, in harmony with everything around me, no matter the situation, joy or sadness, I like to be totally there, where I am, and starting that moment each picture I take becomes alive.” ~Dan Mirică~
Dan Mirică is one of the most talented representatives of the new generation of Romanian photographers. The photography came into his life as a consequence of his desire to live a free life. After about 2 years of inner searching and practising the photography strictly as a job, the photography became the burning passion of his life in 2012, after a trip in Morocco. Since then everything changed completely for Dan.
I invite you to discover Dan and his inner passion for photography in the article below! His pictures will guides us through the wonderful places where he searched for and found the harmony!
Thank you so much Dan for taking the time to participate to this interview! To start, I would kindly ask you to briefly introduce Dan Mirică - the man behind the camera.
For many of us photography is either a hobby or a way of life. How would you define photography?
What would be the most important experience so far that have influenced your steps in photography?
Dan, you held photography tours in remote but spectacular locations around the globe (e.g. Cappadocia, Nepal, Cuba and Madagascar). How do you choose these locations and which one impressed you the most so far?
Are there any new locations where you plan to organize the photo tours in the future?
Another new event for the next year will be Safari in Tanzania, together within the Zanzibar photo tour. I've been in Zanzibar twice so far and the last time I lived there and worked part time in a B&B pension for 3 months.
“Worker in Fes, Morocco”
What is the spiritual footprint of these photo tours on you and the other participants?
In 2015, you have organized a charity photography exhibition ("Nepal never ending peace and love") to help children of Nepal affected by the earthquake. Why did you feel the need to get involved in this way to help the community?
“Streets of Havana, Cuba”
Are there any specific photos taken by other photographers that has inspired you a lot?
Can you please share with us your favourite photo taken by yourself and tell us why it is special to you?
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