|What is your favourite type of photography?
There is not a really favourite type.
But the photos I take, which can be my type or style, are basically landscapes, macro, pictures of the nature and wildlife, and city life.
I have many favorites, but interior architecture would probably be what I enjoy the most. I also enjoy portraiture, beauty and glamour, fashion, artistic and landscape photography.
I especially like fashion photography, and war photography. In fashion photography you can see delicacy in human souls, in contrast you can see the most brutal side of human kind in war photography.
the world around me
My absolute favorite type of photography is Landscape. It gives you such a variety of ways to shoot. Besides, there is something about being wrapped up in Nature that brings a warmness to my heart.
Live music photography is still the best for me. Nothing beats the buzz of being in a photo pit - despite the unexpected obstacles that get thrown up. In fact perhaps it's because of the obstacles. Sometimes conditions will be so ridiculous that I feel I've achived something just to get anything sharp. And because time is so limited, you can't truly know if you've done a good job until after you've loaded them onto your laptop. And you get a second buzz when you find a gem that you had no idea you've taken. No other form of photography can deliver that moment.
In a studio, it can be a battle to get your subject to act for you. Musicians constantly display a range of emotions, and it's up to you to grab them. The stage at a concert provides moments that no photographer could set up.
I love shooting portraits because they give me a chance to find out something I may not know about another person.
Fine art and portraiture
Landscape Photography...it's beautiful!
That't not easy to answer. I tend to like various types of images depending on how they were shot and treated afterwards.
I'm not a big sucker for nature i general. I have deep respect for the very talented people who shoot beautiful vistas and animals etc, but I often find the images "boring" to look at over time. To me, it's all been done before – some way or another.
What I really like is something new and creative ... and often black'n'white.
I particularly like working with film and lomography cameras, such as the Diana F+ and the Russian Smena 8M. I like the dreamlike quality of lomography shots.
Black and white portraits.
Fine art photography specially still lifes.
Still lifes, José is well known for his abstract and conceptual vision when he plays with objects and still lifes, he works with different photo techniques, from digital Photoshop to 19 century tecniques like the like Palladium/Platinum, printing. He’s always open to learn more.
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