I take pictures since my early youth, it is my artistic passion, my form of expression. I find my subjects on trips, in nature and in abstract architectural views.
I'm autodidact in every aspect of my work, maybe in my whole life.
My profession: self-employed workaholic.
I love photography and I love digital imaging*.
But even more, I love authentic photography. Therefore, my photos only slightly digitally adjusted (during the process of the RAW-conversion) to reflect my view of the scenery.
My design elements are eye, light, time and perspective as well as the classical settings of the camera: focus, angle, shutter speed and aperture.
I create my images at the shooting locations, not at the computer.
(I'm practicing digital imaging for more than 20 years and I'm a big fan of stunning composings and good post-production effects - even if it's not my approach to photography.)