Personally, I'm not too interested in the technical details behind C.E.N.S.U.R.A., but I'm a lot more interested in the reasons why Barón decided to shoot this way—and I do think they are compelling. When we're talking about photography as an artistic statement, I want to suggest that, just as shooting radically overexposed images is a conscious choice, so too is shooting a perfectly exposed, beautiful image. Obviously, there is no right or wrong way to take a photograph. But these days, at least, the thinking behind these choices is a lot more interesting to me than the aesthetic qualities of the image itself. At first glance, Barón's project might be difficult to look at, but he's making a sincere attempt to push the meaning of photographs.