A good photo. It can be rough, take stance on or it can be restful and relaxing. A photo can be journalistic or it can re-examine the occasion itself. The wiever must get an expression of the photo right away, not guessing whether it is art or not.
C. G. Rosenberg once said: A good photo attracts, leads satisfyingly your eyes on its surface, and you stay longing for it.
I mostly shoot photographs of positive events in the nature.
The beauty of nature is often left behind from the viewer. We are too busy hurrying forward in our digital world.
I belong to those photographers that say that best pictures are given to us not taken by us.
We can force industrial or advertising photos but never play with the nature. We can affect the time and the landscape where the picture is taken but small increments that just happen makes a good photo.
As well as the bright side of the life I try to open conversation in my photos.
Food fOR us is a huge question
We who are living today in our modern civilized cultures are today facing huge threats on insufficient food funds for everybody in our globe. In the same time we throw away food products in our households and in our food supply chains.
Another huge concern is energy. My opinion is that we have to use first the energy forms that our nature is giving us for free.
Dump the fossil energy sources.