During the creative blog hop Francesca were a few questions about my creativity to me.
This is very interesting to read how others maintain their creativity, or how creative I am.
I do not see myself as very creative. I photograph.
I can see with my eyes and somehow it is then in the picture.
Although I have books at home, how to shoot properly. But I have hardly read.
It’s hard to say why I am creative as I am. The image I see before me must be right. It has to feel right.
Yes, there is often a feeling, it must make full and satisfied.
It is not necessarily creative. I make the image more suitable for me.
I think I can describe it.
Maybe it runs under creative, improve rather then under for me, to get the best out.
But here the questions and my answers:
What are you working on at the moment?
I have not yet seen all the pictures from last summer in France. I am doing.
And from our days in the Alps in the Pentecost.
It is especially nice that I am currently may employ my good friend Josef with the pictures of the twins.
I have photographed their baptism, and after that the twins with mom and dad.
That makes a lot of fun.
How does you work differ from others of your genre?
Not much different, I would say. I see something I like. I shoot and edit.
Why do you create what you do?
I have photographed before. When there were no digital cameras.
When traveling and in everyday life.
On the hunt for fascinating nature. Sometimes people, but not so often.
Only in recent years, I am working on portraits.
And that is next to nature photography, a part that I really like.
How does your creativity process work?
I use VSCO. Ever. And I sharpen a little. Yes. but always VSCO.
Even if I take pictures with the phone. Always VSCO.
I am simply away amazed at how much you can get with the program from a less good,
or fairly good image.
It faszininiert me how this editing program works.
First pic without edit.
Second pic edit with VSCO.
Do you want to follow?
Connects to you.
Tell about your creativity.
Elsa, you design wonderful graphics,
Tanja, you draw such beautiful pictures.
Josef, how are you going creatively when photographing?
Please come and tell us.