For some years, 10 to be more exact, I have been working with the craft of photography. To me it all started out as a fascination of the technology in digital photography. I have (as many men?) spend way too much cash on cameras, lenses, filters and software. I am also one of those who discovered that it did not help me much that I acquired a better camera and more expensive glass. I have realised that there are no shout-cuts I can buy in order to be a better photographer. What I’ve learned it about mastering my camera with intuition and experience. It leaves much more time to get into that creative zone where nice photographs are made.
To me, it is about having an idea of what I want to create. Then it’s all about mastering my camera, being aware of the powers of light and to work with composition.
At that point, there are so many interesting path’s to follow. They are about working with subjects, trying to tell stories and maybe try to re-visit the process of creating photographs from film.
To see some of my work you could visit flickr