Photographers are often known for their style of work and it is usually the uniqueness of their style that speaks of their work the most. For me a photography style is a blend of the artist’s skills experience and personal perception of beauty and aesthetics. Those three elements are what make my work stand out.
I see my style as a combination of photo journalism and posed photography. This means that with my photo journalistic approach and skills I capture candid and sincere moments as people at events often don’t even realise they are on focus at events. I like to mix things up with posed shots but always aim for the authentic emotion.
Headshots are my special power and my shots allow people see themselves from a different and often unexpected perspective. Even at a lively event my headshots have a bold studio feeling.
Prints & digital copies:
Every customer will receive selection of prints + all good photos in digital format. The digital copies are the perfect way to share your best shots with your friends and family.
Black and white photography:
If you are into black and white photography like me, I can provide you with a selection of beautiful monochrome pictures. Black and white photography is not about converting photos from colour to no colour. Many things must be considered during the photo shoot – contrasts, forms, shadows, composition. That’s why I need to know about your love to black and white photography prior the photo session.
If you appreciate analog film photography and want your special event or photo shoot to have that old-school feel, I will be happy to do this for you. You can choose between analog photography or a combination between digital and analog. Sample film photography gallery
Workshops and trainings:
You can find more information about my current photography workshops for groups here (link), but if you need a face to face training session with a professional photographer, I am happy to help. I have 10+ years of training experience, I love talking about photography and I am really enthusiastic to see people improve their photography skills even after our first session.
To avoid giving a bad estimated “sample” price, I encourage clients to give me a call or write an e-mail with a few details so that I can offer as per your specific needs.