Often when photographers present themselves (or their work) online, they do so with a flurry of images - they want to show every photograph they've ever taken. Thankfully, editors become involved in many cases, and this process gets curated. However, we still often see many photographs presented in any one interview. This despite the fact that many photographers will be remembered for a single image - if they are remembered at all.
For this conversation, with internationally recognized Yanidel, I wanted to corner him into talking about only one photograph. Rather than see so many, and not really see at all, I wanted us to really study, discuss, and enjoy a single image. That image is his, "The Baker's Fight" from Havana, Cuba.