"Recently I had the pleasure to be selected to shoot profile pictures of Microsoft employees in Prague as a part of their benefit program"Read More
"You always judge a book by the cover, when I got the mail from big computer company whose products we've all used at some point that I wasn't selected for the job I was disappointed - mildly put. I knew that I was the best for the job but I've known for quite a while that my portraiture portfolio could use some fresh images"Read More
I want to thank everyone that was a part of my last year's journey and thank my clients for trusting in my vision and for letting me do what I love.Read More
Beginning of April I was approached by an agency Young & Rubicam Prague to create series of portraits (headshots) for a client Ceska Pojistovna. It was given to specifically because of my previous engagement in the Agency where I've discussed with their producer my personal work - headshots. I've had a lot of experience in pulling the best out of people when they're in front of the camera.Read More
"The shoot in France took us 2 days, after we've wrapped it up it was time to head to Italy but we've had to stop somewhere first."Read More
"everything that I do is to pursue a simple goal, when a client is thinking about a new image I've got to be the first one who comes to their mind"Read More
Manarola is one of the places that tourist visits often but photographers even more. That is a problem since me, unlike travel photographers like to capture how the scenery affects the people in it. Landscape photographer's don't do it.Read More
When I got the call from a client in France that in a few days we will start our architecture shoot I already had a plan to focus on making newer pieces to add to my potfolio after the job is done. That's why I've chosen to come to France by a car. Plan was simple - shoot in as many locations in a short period of time. In the end we visited and shot in 4 countries - France, Monaco, Italy and Austria - 3500km in total.Read More
I've recently stumbled on this hilarious video on Fstoppers that basically sums up the process of making a picture rather than taking it.
I clap my hands to the Dads for this amazing and funny piece.
"At the end of the day this is their fault not mine"
don't make it more than it is
Retouching, I do it, and I recommend everybody do it for themselves. When you know the stuff and more and more work is coming towards you, go ahead and send your work to a retoucher.Read More