|For how long have you done photography? How did you begin?
for about 10 years now. I started in High School with an amazing art teacher who inspired me. I fell in love with Black and White photography and my interests grow from there.
for 35 years now we doing photography studio and on location.work shifted from
reportage children fashion advertising and still photography. Clients:
TransAvia-Proost&Brandt-Konica_Minolta-Renault-Vodafone-Meijers Ass.-Bosch NL-
O_IIIArchitects-Sanday's-Kunstenaars &C0.-KPN We started for duch illustrated magazins and image photography for mens fashion.
I mad ethis website there is Few months ago. I started it because one of my friend (sacha hilton) told me it would be great to show my work on internet.
Recherche Photography just celebrated her 10 year birthday! I started with an all manual film camera with no flash when I was in high school.
i've been taking pictures since college, about ten years. i began by taking pictures to go along with stories i wrote for my college paper. i enjoyed it so much as an art form that i began creating a personal portfolio and have been building on it ever since.
I asked my Dad about his manual 35mm film camera when I was about 12 or 13 years old, and after he explained how it worked to me and everything, he said I could use his older camera to try taking pictures if I wanted too. I am now 25 and I've been taking photos ever since. I took both photography classes that were available at my high school and then when I went to college, I majored in visual art and design with an emphasis in photography. I hold an Associate of Applied Science.
My father was a cartoonist so naturally I wanted to draw. I finally realized I just didn't have the talent, or it wasn't passed along to me. I then picked up a camera with some birthday money and from that day on, I've never looked back. I've been shooting professionally for about 18 years.
5 years. I began shooting because a friend ask me to go to a wedding with him to see what he does for a living and I said okay then the next weekend he ask me did I like it and I told him yes it was a lot of fun. My friend has been the #1 photographer by the KNOT magazine for 3 years in a row now.
On and off all my life. Seriously, the last ten years.
I was in elementary school, probably in the mid 1970's. I found a camera at a garage sale that needed to be manually advanced to the next frame. I used it to make all kinds of wild multiple exposures. My great aunt had a hand-held Zoatrope within which you could insert paper strips of images that animated when you looked through the slots and spun the device. She also had an antique stereoscope for viewing photos in 3D.
I became fascinated with optical illusions and obsessed with creating visual effects. By the seventh grade I had my own black and white darkroom.
I've been shooting since 1978 and began by shooting concerts.
I've been doing photography ever since I found an old Kodak Autographic camera (it took 620 film) in one of my dad's desk drawers when I was...oooh 15 y.o.
And I am now 58!
It took a while to get 'serious', but that was the start.
3 years. I just realized all the cool places Kayaking was taking me and thought I should document it.
I have been taking pictures seriously for about a year and a half. I started by taking a black and white photography class at my college. Ever since I have been teaching myself and love to learn more and more about photography.
Seriously, since I was 13. My dad gave me a Mamiya 35mm. I was so excited after I shot my first roll of film with a "real" camera, I rewound the film w/out first pushing in the little button on the bottom, stripped the entire length of sprocket holes off of the film.
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