I do not consider myself as being specialized in one field of photography or another. Many years ago I started photography by installing a darkroom in our house (namely in the WC). I learnt how to develop B&W films, then colour slides as well. I made some pocket money by processing colour slides to friends and reinvested in buying photo equipment.A "new era" started in 2013, when a friend of mine convinced me to buy a - this time a DSLR - camera. Since then, I have now a full frame Canon camera, a couple of lenses and other stuff. What I like most is nature, landscapes, macro, B&W, night photography and recently I started to take pictures with a drone. I am a member of the Photographic Society of America, owning the title of EPSA and also proud member of APU.I have more than 1800 photos entered in different international contests in 58 countries, and received more than 130 diplomas.
This time I have chosen to present pictures taken from a drone. This is a new field in photography and definitely a new field for me. Sometimes it's painful, I lost drones, I had disputes with people who did not want let me to fly, I crashed when landing to a moving surface, had fight with authorities in the registration process - but it pays off. One can see the world from a different angle, seeing bigger pictures than one can see with naked eye. Hopefully you will agree.