My passion for photography started when I was a child, but at that time surplus could not be afforded. At school and work I have invested in my second passion, computer science, and I let photography go in and out of my life, from now and then, through learning and observation.
A turning point was the purchase of my first Reflex analogic camera, when I moved on business in the United States for a year. At that time I started looking for my point of view through rudimentary reportages.
Some years later, the first digital camera set me free to try out and express my passion. Along with satisfaction, there came the awareness of some gaps, to be filled by learning and working with other photographers.
Then, in the last few months, two such important aspects like passion for photography and knowledge in computer science have met in post-production.