This project is a collection of photos that were taken in the style of different Japanese photgraphers and historical photography in Japan.
This project is a collection of photos that were taken in the atmosphere around the period of the Orient Express train.
Sometimes I don't understand why people always take pictures in foreign countries that are far away.
Is it to brag or can't they 'see' (intro street photography) the beauty of the environment their living in?
So I made some picture of my own little village to show it's beauty.
I'll be probably adding more pictures to this page in the future because I discover more things each time a make a walk.
I buy a lot of photography books from other well-known photographers. Reading these books and looking at their photos can inspire you and lead you to create your own style.
The book 'on reading' from André Kertéz inspired me to launch this project 'Learn from a master'.
I tried to recreate his pictures in order to learn how he saw things and the lighting and shadows that characterize him.
Yes, the masters that influence me are Henri Cartier-Bresson and André Kertéz.