In Moscow will open the exhibition «live» photos of the family in the Church

© Photo : Konstantin Lebedintseva Baptism,In Moscow will open the exhibition «live» photos of the family in the Church© Photo : Konstantin Lebedev

On Saturday in Moscow will open the exhibition of works by professional photographers working with the Russian Orthodox Church, the main theme presented in her work was the life of believing families, told RIA Novosti the organizers of the event.

The exhibition is dedicated to one of the main Orthodox holidays, the day of the Holy Trinity, and will be held at the city library named after V. V. Veresaeva. The author made the community Вestphotochristening — a team of professional photographers from all over Russia, working in the genre of Church shooting. Many of them are participants and winners of famous international exhibitions.

«Church photography is a special art form which merges with the soul and creativity. It should not be just a pretty picture — it’s kind of a special mission of the photographer, which he brings to the people and which reflects his own relationship with God,» says the photographer of the SS Cyril and Methodius postgraduate and doctoral studies name of saints Cyril and Methodius Ivleva Margarita.

According to her, many people think that the Baptism, Wedding and other sacraments of the Church are so called, as must be done secretly and photographing them is impossible. «It is not. In the sacrament through prayer for the person descends the grace of the Holy spirit. I hope that the Church picture will continue to evolve and people will not be afraid to imprint on the memory of those intimate moments,» added the Agency interlocutor.

© RIA Novosti / Igor Taraborrelli in photobacteria during the Liturgy at resurrection Cathedral in Berlin and German diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church in BerlinIn Moscow will open the exhibition «live» photos of the family in the Church© RIA Novosti / Igor Taraborrelli in photobacteria during the Liturgy at resurrection Cathedral in Berlin and German diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church in Berlin

The works presented in the exhibition show how, through the prism of the sacraments looks very modern family. «The authors have captured the funny, sad and touching moments, which are invited all persons interested in the subject, the audience», says the organizers. They note that the photos were taken on the principle of «live life», that is, all the exhibits are natural shots without posing.

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