Impossible portraits.

Joan Fontcuberta, one of the great theoreticians of national photography, says: "The neutrality and objectivity of photography is an act of faith, a cultural convention".

In this line and from the lighting and portrait workshop we have proposed to make a series of "impossible" portraits. Images that at first glance seem real, objective, a reflection of the figures presented in front of the camera.

But reality is capricious and the portraits hide nuances, almost imperceptible, that make them impossible, false and liars, although surely as interesting or more interesting than if they were true.