white thymallus - Journalismus



We must become adept in dealing with both the aesthetics and the mechanics of photography; otherwise, our results will be failures.


A successful picture unites both your technical and poetic skills. One side of you must be a rational, scientific clinician who sets up the camera, chooses an exposure setting, and goes through the mechanics of photography. The other side should be a sensitive, mystical artist who intuitively reacts to a subject and decides on matter of composition and design.


John Shaw, Nature photographer


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I sketch the visual impressions with quick and direct movements on paper, actually without thinking. This is an intensive and strong way of experiencing of me – of both seeing and drawing. My experiences are in my sketchbooks, and it is from them I take my inspiration to the work in the studio. 2008


The artist`s perhaps somewhat unconventional angles of approach, one hopes, bring something extra to the scientific outlook, too.


Lars Jonsson, Nature painter


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...whatever success I have had has been through writing what I know about.


...writing is something that you can never do as well as it can be done. It is a perpetual challange and it is more difficult than anything else that I have ever done – so I do it. And it makes me happy when I do it well.


Ernest Miller Hemingway, Author and journalist 


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