Photography is literally the art of writing with light. There we find an overlay of the past reality. Through the reflection on film and then on the paper people and objects from a long-gone moment begin a dialogue with the audience, who is looking at them here and now. This technology allows recording and capturing the light rays generated by different illuminated objects. "From a real body, which was there, proceed radiations which ultimately touch me, who am here, the duration of the transmission is insignificant; the photograph of the missing being, (…), will touch me like the delayed rays of a star" - that's the description of this effect by Roland Barthes, a French postmodern philosopher, from his book 'Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography'.