I really started photography during a trip in Japan, where I was a
little like a japanese tourist in Paris, taking pictures of everything
everywhere, and I must say, I was rather pleased by the way some of
them turned out. Since then, I've dedicated part of my time to
photography and invested in digital photography equipment; but what I
like most is when people are looking at my pictures, and I can see in
Wow! I want to go there! I want to know these places,
As a result
Even if I could have built a camera from tin can or lego, I've decided to go for the more modern one and buy a digital camera. One thing leading to another, I now have a camera, lenses, flashes, ... And for the nostalgia, I've kept track of my equipment, past and present.
You will find below some of the photographic exhibitions that I realised, and that are accessible on the web. Take a look, you will enjoy them.
What is great with travel photography is when you look back at your pictures, you are dying to visit those places again, and it is even better when it gives this desire to someone else. Let's start our journey!
- Czech republic
- United Kingdom
- United States
I have started a travel log called
Studio is something totally different, you have the time to prepare your photo session beforehand, the mise-en-scene and you are with someone who isn't afraid of the camera and will play with you. For now you can see:
You've just jumped into a strange world where hands, arms, and various unwanted body parts evily materialise between camera lens and subject. But the real magic is when you manage to catch for that split second where everything happens: the right angle, the smile, the unexpected, ...