Dancing in the woods

Dancing in the woods

One of the most important things as a photographer is to evolve. To learn new things and experiment with the unknown. It you don’t push your limits you will get stuck. Do something strange, try to bend all the rules you’ve learned. In the process you will find new...
A trip to Croatia

A trip to Croatia

It’s early spring. I’m on a catamaran in the middle of the ocean, the Adriatic sea outside Croatia to be precise. The sound of the engine just went silent since we switched it off to start sailing. I feel the wind in my face. The sun is rising and it’s warm rays...
Making your pictures come to life with words

Making your pictures come to life with words

I often see photographers publishing their works with neither title nor description, arguing that the pictures speak for themselves. Is it true, or is it just lazy? I haven’t yet realized the exact truth in the that question but I will try to exemplify it from...
Being a photographer

Being a photographer

I wrote an article a year ago about photoshop and photography. The big issue was whether you were a greater photographer if you didn’t use photoshop. I got positive response and lots of comments.   A year later my point still touches something within me. I see...
The unplanned photograph

The unplanned photograph

You may not think about it, but if you’re a photographer you always have your eyes and mind turned on. You see things no one else sees. You look at angles a normal person wouldn’t have glanced at and you see patterns in the most peculiar stuff. Last week...

Making statistics a challenge

One year has passed and we are now in the middle of January. I thought it would be a good idea to give myself a challenge. For what way is a better way to learn than challenge our mind. I checked the statistics from last year and got a list of visitors on my site from...
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