Someone that produces good images over and over again
Q.How would you describe your photographic style or rather do you have a model who characterize your style of photography?
I started photography as a hobby in the year 2000. Back then, I used to shoot film and my focus was on nature photography. I switched to digital photography in 2004 and in early 2010 I decided to upgrade my camera and buy lighting equipment. To help me in my decision regarding which equipment to purchase, I decided to attend a street photography workshop.
But I didn’t like street photography so I went out searching for another thing.
And it happened that I was asked to shoot a campaign for women Bags in London, and the outcome was wow I never worked with a model before, one thing led to another thing.
And here I am.
Q. Rudy, a typical question that probably everyone has asked you several times, but how did you actually get into photography?
Q. What do you think is a good photographer?
"My trademark is the light"
Q. Beside the photography what passion you are following in addition?
My Main passion is photography coupled with diving, and collector
Interview by Merry Fields
A perfect photo, does say a thousand words, BUT in my book, it’s the perfect shot, model, Photographer, Camera, TEAM (makeup artist, hair stylist, fashion stylist, art director, creative director, editor etc…)
A lot of good preparation or simply a lucky shot ;)
Q. What´s the perfect photo for you?
Q. Do you have any tips for our readers who want to give up their jobs for self-employment in photography?
Learn. Make mistakes. Experiment a lot. Do not invest a lot on equipment in the beginning. Do more than you say.
And follow my blog, I started blogging about photography how to, inspirations, lighting etc..
My trademark is the light. I rarely shoot with natural light. I use external flash and reflectors. I would describe my work as high-end editorial fashion photography