First of all, forgive me for my bad english...
Motivation: I live with my camera. And I'm doing this 'cause I don't want to miss every little moment that happen around me.
Life is always around us: you just need a camera and your eyes.
I was coming back home when I accidentally found myself in the middle of a sit-in for the elimination of domestic violence against women.
I started shooting the only roll I had in my camera when, in the middle of this screaming female crowd, I saw a little girl near his mother.
She was quite scared 'cause her mother was screaming into a megaphone; at a moment her mother lowered herself to the ground to calm her daughter and spoke something to her.
She heard her voice and she calmed down. Then she found me in this crowd around with a camera in my hands .. and I took this picture.
Where: Rome, Italy
When: 25th November 2006
Camera: Leica M6
Lens: Voigtlander Ultron 35mm/f1.7
Film: Kodak TX 400 @ 400
My favourite film; and I can even push it at 3200 iso.
Exposure data: not sure. Should be 1/250 @ f4
I chose this to have a correct exposure
Developer: Agfa Rodinal 1:50 x 12,5 minutes
My favourite developer
Scanner: (shitty) PrimeFilm 1800i