I started photographing in 2004 with a Kodak digital compact camera and it didn't take long before I got addicted to photography. Then I started reading books, magazines and searching the internet to learn more about it. Adding some workshops, new photographer friends and some discipline drove me to become the photographer I am today.
My goal with photography is to show what my eyes can see, and to get the best possible image quality, I have to capture the moment on location. I always shoot RAW with neutral settings, so my post-processing produce no loss of quality and is just a way to enhance what I saw, the moment I took the photo.
No photo of mine on this website was digitally manipulated. Each image shown here was produced from one single file.
I currently use Canon equipment. A Canon 5DII camera with Canon 16-35 f2.8, Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS II and Canon 180 f3.5 Macro lenses. A Canon teleconverter, Kenko extension tubes, a Gitzo tripod with Arca Swiss head, Kata backpack and some Lee and Hitech filters complete the package.