I found in Lisa Wiseman’s work something that you do not often see in the best photos of the most respected photographers: Her pictures ask questions. Oh! Not often those big philosophy questions, but these little questions that force you into exploring the story of the image, or the story that you will re-create for this picture.
There is a little piece of light fantasy, but -above all- the image itself is opening you to its story. Framing often leaves space out where you can imagine something/somewhere else, the eyes of the models are looking elsewhere. Lisa Wiseman brings a photograph, the spectator (you and me) injects his/her unconscipis mind.