One way or the other – I’ve always taken pictures. When my father gave me me my first camera back in 1966 – an Kodak Instamatic 50 – the lesson he told me on the art of photography was: Remember to get close. And I’ve tried to follow that teaching. More or less successful over the years.
I stopped taking pictures in the early 1980’s for several reason and got interested in other ways to express myself – mainly in writing. I studied journalism and work as a reporter/journalist for more than 15 years. Now a days I make my basic way of living as bus driver. But I also create websites to make some extra money. I created my first website back in the late 1990’s.
In my work I use the Fujifilm x100t and iPhone 6s. And when I edit I use Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop + software from MacPhun – especially Tonality Pro since black and white is part of my DNA.