Why do I photograph?
That is quite a tricky question :-)
First of all I try to capture every moment that looks interesting. In that moment, time seems to stand still and a different picture is created which is peceived from a different perspective. Everything becomes simpler but also more interesting. When I am looking through the viewfinder time is forgotten for the few seconds in which I try to take the best picture I can.
I like to photograph and I photograph a lot
For many, digital photography is „clicking images“. I like to photograph everything and anything under all circumstances. From the images I take I then select the best that appeal to me. I can not imagine waiting for the right moment with a classical camera. I would hesitate for a long time and later regret missing the best moment. My captured moments are then edited on my PC, but that is another story altogether.
I recently discovered something interesting
The world looks so different through the camera’s viewfinder. The camera constantly searches for things to focus on. The histogram constantly evaluates what the eye sees as the camera goes from dark to light and vice versa. A slight change of the lens position is sufficient to change everything. At that moment, all is re-calculated and re-evaluated so that it can be captured and displayed into a beautiful image to the curious eye.
Nikon D7100, Nikon D90, Nikon D60, Minolta 404si
Nikon DX - Nikkor 18 - 55mm 1:3.5 - 5.6 G
Nikon - Nikkor 50mm 1:1.4 G
Nikon - Nikkor AF-S Micro 85mm 1:3.5G ED
Nikon DX Nikkor 18 - 105mm 1:3.5 - 5.6 ED
Nikon ED - AF-S Nikkor 70 - 300mm 1:4.5-5.6. G VR
Minolta 75 - 300 AF
Minolta 35 - 80 AF
Nikon speedlight SB - 600