The photograph itself doesn't interest me. I want only to capture a minute part of reality. - Henri Cartier-Bresson

Photography is still a passion for me. I started back in the day when film was prime and to see the results of a photo session you´d have to develop the film, wait until it dries, go to the dark room, use a enlarger to print the picture on photo paper and then develop the paper and let it dry.

There was some kind of magic in this whole process and the fact that you had to work hard to get a photo usually meant that you´d get to be a better photographer faster. You didn’t  want to wast film and paper on photos that you couldn’t use so you made an effort to make every shutter click worth.

Then came digital and I lost some of the fire for a couple ou years. Now with full frame (Fx) digital cameras I´m regaining my passion and rebuilding my portfolio.