My father used to take a lot of photos and he taught me the first things I know about photography. As a teenager, I inherited his camera when he upgraded. It was an Canon AE-1. Manual focus, shutter priority or manual exposure control, one of the best way to learn how to take a picture. In high school, I joined the photo-club and spend some nights in the dark room, starting to love black and white. I also got my first and only medium format, a Lubitel. Cheap but fully manual, I learned even more with that camera.
Unfortunately, I took less pictures between the end of my studies and the beginning of my professional life. But finally, I took photography with much more involvement. So I decided to share my work and the things I learned on this blog.
There are a lot of fields in photography. I loved portraits and outdoor. Now, I also love stage photography which allow me to be creative. Today, there are also a lot of techniques in photography, and I love to explore them. And of course I love to share what I learned.
For a living, I work in the IT and among others in content/knowledge management. This helped me to deal with my photo collection, and there are also some tips I’ll share with you.