If you check out my website more closely, you’ll see that I use the photojournalist approach of making images. I like telling the story with them, so I try not to over-edit my photos. I edit every image I publish, it’s something you HAVE to do because usually our cameras don’t produce the image we usually have in our heads. At least, that’s the case with me. I put a bit of contrast into my images, do a bit of sharpening, and a couple of small tweaks, nothing much.
As I mentioned in the post with the Abarth 595 Competizione, the era considering the AutoIQ magazine is over, so I’m currently preparing a huge post with all cars I’ve photographed in the four and a half years I’ve collaborated with that media. This is a short preview of what I’m going to publish. Since it’s going to be a bigger post, I need a bit of time for that… I’ll try to publish it as soon as possible.
In March 2016, I went to Osijek (Slavonia) to visit my family, and as always, I had my equipment with me so I wanted to make the best of it. I made a list of three castles, which sounded like they could be interesting for photographing, and I went for it.
In February 2016, I started publishing photos on the Facebook page Lice grada after I’ve been neglecting it for more than a year. It all started in 2013, but I got saturated with it, as I wrote already. After working on it a couple of months, in July 2016 I decided to make a website dedicated to the photos of Zagreb (blogs, photo stories, etc… everything that is related to Zagreb, but told through the images mostly).