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8 Dec 2012 10:12PM
I've been here for a few months, but I haven't written anything about myself until now.

I'm from Krakow (Poland) and photography has been my passion for more than 15 years. I don't have "my" subject, and this is cool on the one hand, but on the other, well, I cannot focus on one thing. For more than 3 years I've worked as a wedding photographer (I can name it my "second" job). I use Nikon, but I learned photography with an old, manual Porst (m42 system) - it was a great and enjoyable time.

Sometimes, when I look at pictures here, I have a strong temptationto opening awindow and throwing my cameras, lenses and other stuff away, but the problem is that I live on the ground floor, and something could survive Wink This place is very inspiring, showing so many good, fantastic and even better photos. It's nice to be a part of it and I hope my photos will improve Smile

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widtink 2 406 2 Scotland
8 Dec 2012 10:51PM
get some photos up pal its a very friendly site and one things for sure you will improve Wink

Rod
franken e2
12 3.2k 4 Wales
8 Dec 2012 10:55PM
Welcome to the site, a great place for learning and enjoying photography.

Ken
AlexandraSD 3 435 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2012 10:56PM
welcome to ePz new member Wink

We all have periods of photographers block, being away from the camera sounds scary but it can help, leave it alone for a few weeks if you can, without stressing about it, just browse the images here if that helps, it should certainly inspire you until you find your subject.

But why stick with just one subject when you can flirt with them all, good luck Smile
richsabre 1 22 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2012 11:00PM
i always find buying new kit help with inspiration Grin.....kidding..sort of.
actually buy or borrow some photo books, theyre great for finding ideas. or try setting yourself a project. doesnt have to be anything great, just 'black and white trees' or 'snow'.
regards
rich
ErictheViking e2
2 124 102 Scotland
8 Dec 2012 11:28PM
Hi Pawel and welcome to the friendliest photo site. I had a look at your portfolio and I think you have taken some good shots. I started taking pictures many many years ago with a Zenth and just like you Prost everything was manual so you learned what worked and what didn't. For a focus on what to do think about what you like to look at and if there's more than 1 thing pick something to try. We have all been there but eventually it works out.

Eric Grin
avacreates 3 357 1 United Kingdom
9 Dec 2012 5:48AM
WELCOME TO THE SITE - your portfolio has some great shots. Love your sense of humour. The daily challenge is a good forum to participate in because it challenges us. Photography is something everyone can keep improving on - and we learn from the inspiring people on this site, some of who have been taking photos for many years therefore have a lot of knowledge to pass on. As long as we keep light hearted and just enjoy our craft, we will keep improving.

AVA
9 Dec 2012 2:52PM
Thanks very much for the warm welcome Smile

Daily challenge... well, sounds interesting Smile I think I could have a go.

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