Finally learning my camera’s manual settings in 2012, I soon went on a daily hunt looking for the perfect shot. Soon I was taking photos of cars, roads, the wind, ice cubes and fire, cats and others animals, nature, abstraction, water…you name it, I’ve got it. I kept studying photography at the University of Wollongong in 2015, learning more about the art form, Photoshop and even more old fashioned photography. We worked in darkrooms, with scanography, and Holga cameras. And soon I realised just how much you can do.
NATURE AND ANIMALS
Working with Mother Earth is one of the most exciting things I can do. Trying to capture the light, the movement, the mood during for example the golden hour, the feeling of being in that particular place…or the look in an animal’s eye, its soft fur, its bond to its family, or nature and animal together.. I think that’s truly magical.
Getting to both create a photo and a scene is another aspect of photography I’m in love with. There are basically no limitations in regards to what you can do here. Whether I try to get a message across or simply want to take a photo of something, I always consider everything in the frame. A good composition, nice light, elements that work together, lines and curves.. An artist’s eye never rests.