2018 / Fine Art / Portrait
The Red Cross
There was a time in World War II when a number of brave people risked their lives in order to save the lives of others. Bravery was their second name. My purpose in this photo was to capture not only their vigorous image, but also their innocence in the face of the model. The Red Cross is a representation of a nation’s conscience. Therefore they sacrificed their most precious gift (their lives) for those people. I once read that “He who saves the lives of others has saved everyone’s life.”
This photo is a tribute to all those silent heroes that don’t get the value they deserve.
Peyman Naderi is a contemporary Persian fine art and portrait photographer. His work has featured internationally in magazines such as Harper's Bazaar Magazine, Ellements Magazine , Imirage Magazine, and Scorpio Jin Magazine. He has also created images for brands. He’s always been interested in photography ever since childhood. He’s always been His dream to be able to snap pictures to create unceasing images in history and to be remembered in order for photography to become more advanced. also for for fourth Images in The Last Submission '' Dark Portrait '' I Inspired By Miss Afarin Sajedi.