"Many photographers think that if they buy a better camera they will be able to take better photos. A better camera will do nothing for you if there is nothing in your head and in your heart." (Arnold Newman)
Covering the historical representation of the landing of the Spanish Bourbon troops against the Miquelets on a beach in Maresme was not an easy task.
A whole set of adversities, to name a few: the disembarkation, the races, the gunpowder shooting, the different groups of actors scattered around.
They require qualities on the part of the photographer such as: speed, immediacy, reflections, knowing how to master the constant changes of light and the fine sand of the beach itself.
Only by overcoming adversity with the professional's own qualities can extraordinary results be obtained.