|For how long have you done photography? How did you begin?
Well I started to think about doing photography when I got inspired by Hocus Focus LA and was verry into art and fashion. After a while I got my camera and I took zillion pictures of everything, like nature and people, took loads of images of shows and stuff like that. When I understood I want to be live art and fashion photographer i tried to get people and friends to model for me. Also went to shows took images of the bands. After whole bunch of shoots I got realy amazed by the feedback that I was getting, that was the final point in choosing to be or not be an photographer. I've been doing this for 2 years now.
I have done photography for years and years, first of all as a teenage hobby, then I took it as part of GCSE art, then when I did my university course, then more as a hobby and then to professional. So I would say that I took an interest in photography at the age of 12 or 13, I then learned about dark-room developing at 15. Then I learned about Journalistic photography at University and did more dark room work, then I got into digital a couple of years after University. And have worked with both film and digital since. So in all I would say almost 20 years.
For about 4 years. I began with my parent's old film camera just experimenting with light and shooting myself.
I've had a keen interest in photography for the last 15/20 years, however I went professional in April 2009 after seeing the poor standard of other tog's work, particularly for my own wedding.
in total, 20+ years?
Professionally about 8 years.
In summer of 2008, I got introduced to the world of 'lomography' (a type of photography involving the use of cheap, plastic-y cameras and more of a carefree attitude to taking photos) by a friend of mine who had recently acquired a Diana+ camera. I fell in love with the idea and soon afterwards, got my own lomo camera. As I shot more and more film, I realised I wanted to have more control over the outcome of my photographs, so moved onwards and upwards to using 35mm compact cameras, and then SLRs.
I have been a professional photographer for about 5 years, I decided to do it for a living after having several images used.
I have started experimenting with photography while I was studying Multimedia Arts in Milan four years ago, but I seriously became interested in the subject only three years ago, when I moved to England to attend a (BA) Photography course.
Full time about 5 years, part time about 20 years.
Started part time submitting to magazines I already had an interest in and it just grew from there.
I have done photography for about 10 years. I have shot film before moving to digital, and still shoot film on occasion. It all started when I exposed undeveloped film from my fathers camera at 6 years old.
36 years starting as a young man doing surf photography.
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