"Light glorifies everything. It
transforms and ennobles the most commonplace and ordinary subjects. The
object is nothing; light is everything"
Light… For some it is nothing more
electromagnetic waves of a certain length. For other it is the
element without which there would be no life. But for me light is the
that creates an image, its unique climate and extraordinary character.
something I consider the essence of photography.
The mood displayed in a photograph is the
function of light. For me it is the most important element, which is
why I try
to paint my works using light. It is light which has the magical power
change the ordinary into the extraordinary.
It is not an easy task to describe what
I feel while taking pictures, but I am very emotional then. For me
photography is a way to show and record impressions I had about a
particular place and moment surrounded by the beauty of nature.
Nature is the main subject of my works,
with landscapes being especially close to my heart.
You could ask why nature? Well, because…
• I like her company because I rest while enjoying it.
nature’s masterpieces inspires me in a way that you can feel
only when you see something exceptional for the first time.
surprises me with its constant, but so changeable, beauty which is
different every season, every month, with the shape of clouds in the
sky or the colour of light…
Taking pictures of nature is a
complex process. It includes searching for places and waiting for
favourable weather conditions, which can take up quite a time. But
having taken the unique and unforgettable picture makes up for the
With my photographs I would like to
record passing moments, save places
whose history is coming to an end. I attempt to show the
beauty of Mother Nature’s artistic performances which feature
light as the main hero. Light which paints various landscapes in
multiple colours. But most of all I would love to emulate the magic
moments of contemplating nature when we deeply admire its beauty,
splendour and extraordinariness.
Please view the images in my gallery. It features nature as seen not
my lens, but also in my mind’s eye.