This question was discussed in press and between photographers and clients so many times: Do we edit images or leave them as is. What do you think? My opinion - yes we do. For my style of photography the editing is nessesary. Editing is a magical process of creation of artistic images. The preparation and the photo session themselves are also two the morst important components of a succesfull photo session. It helps the photographer and eases the process of postproduction.
When I shoot outside I am a natural light photographer. I do not use any flashes or strobes. I shoot with the light that our nature is giving me. But in order to achieve a good result I need a specific time to take pictures, and not everyone understands it. I would like to explain a little bit. Often my clients think that if it's sunny outside it means the pictures will turn out bright and happy. It is true if we shoot at a special time called Golden Hour which is a short per
I am always in search of new interesting picturesque locations. Everywhere I go I am looking around noticing the sun, trees, blooms, parking, safety for my clients. Who would knew that it is not an easy task. Most of places need permits to shoot, but there are a few publick places that don't and I need to discover them. This week my new location was discovered by accident, and I don't need to drive anywhere. It is right in my back yard. The light hits it just perfectly in the