Famous sociologist Baudrillard describes photography as "traces left from us; In other words,
he expresses his sense of concept as a concept in the art of photography. He gives an example of a series of photographs taken on a museum tour; The photographer who follows her from morning to night without informing and photographed every moment impresses a woman. And it is not the moment of the actual photo, but it says that you can photograph the remains from us.
Remaining traces; means going beyond the photo phenomenon, photographing things as if they were supposed to be beyond the image, becoming a photographer without a machine, and photographing the world without a machine...