To me, there aren't any differences
between photographic and painted art.

In my artistic work both disciplines can coexist.
Some with mayor presence of photographic technique,
others closer to paintings.
Even though I use further other techniques,
the collection "Giclée" that I am presenting now
is on painted work created as a photographer
and photographic work created as a painter.
I believe that my vision as a painter, who works out concepts, focuses and provides the painted treatment is rather predominant over me as a photographer.
Anyway I don't believe this having a mayor importance.
The fundamental point is the final result,
disregarded the techniques that might have been applied.