Winners issue Krzysztof Piwowarek

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Photographer Krzysztof Piwowarek (Poland)

Winner Of The Month

Can you tell us a little about you? Photography has always

appeared in my life, although only in an amateur way. I

wasn't using the camera properly, playing with it only in the

automatic functions. Doipier, being a group of photography

enthusiasts for 4 years, I noticed that I can do nothing and

that what I do is a simple amateur who has little to do with

being a person who can even be called a pseudo-photographer.

I have completed a series of personal group

trainings which have opened my eyes what it means to

work with light, lamps, light modifiers, lenses how to use

them, manual work with a camera and many other interesting

facts for me. So I started to invest in equipment, when

I set up my premises, I made my own studio where I could

slowly enter the world of more interesting photography

which started to bring me great satisfaction. So, for 4 years

until today, I develop my interests from occasional, wedding,

portrait, sensual, female and fashion photography. As

a matter of fact, I like to take various photographic styles,

which can be seen in my works, and to this day I am not

sure what is the best for me :) That's the truth

How and when did you get into photography? As I mentioned,

since 2016 I have been dealing with photography, i.e.

4 years, Yes, I am a very young photographer, not necessarily

age because I am 47 years old hahaha :) Everything is

still ahead of me. :)

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What does photography mean to you? Photography is my

horse. Where I am not, who I do not talk to, I always think

about frames, shots of people that I could put in front of

my lens :)

Please briefly describe your photography style for our

readers. What I do is portrait photography, that's what I

feel best, the easiest way for me in this type of shots. I like

working with people, models, children, I love challenges.

Studio, on location or both? I live, work and have my

studio near Warsaw- Mińsk Mazowiecki. It is a small city

which, thanks to the vicinity of the Polish capital, gives

greater opportunities for cooperation and orders than in

provincial towns.

Would you consider yourself a hobbyist or a paid professional?

Currently, I live not only from photography (I also

have another source of income) because it is not easy, but

to a large extent I try to be noticeable on the market and

benefit from it.



Where do you get inspiration from? The beginning of my

shots were the inspirations of today's photographers

known to me in Poland and abroad. I really like portrait

photographers Chris Knigt, Sean Archer (portrait-sensual

photography), photographers from the Fina Art style who

are distinguished by their photo processing, such as

Paulina Duczman (I recommend who does not know).

Peter Coulson (portrait - fashion photographer). So I

think that what I do is a combination of all these photographers

who prefer photos either monochrome or with

high color intensity and so I have ...

Do you think in advance what you want in the picture -?

Yes, I always try to prepare for sessions, photos. I always

plan how to create a given person, in a given clothes,

styling, hair, makeup. I care about preparing both sides

for photos so that my work communicates the beauty

and the best that a given person has. Of course I plan

very often and something better will come out in the

process, which I am proud of.

What has been your most memorable session and why?

Honestly, I don't have the best or worst session, each of

them is different and brings something to my life. I did

about 200 commercial photoshoots and I mark TFP

within 4 years. Sometimes I had 3 sessions and occasional

events during the day and if you want, you can :)

Nikon or Canon? Favorite lens? I started my adventure

with Canon, currently I am taking photos of Cano Eos 5d

mark IV and Sony Alfa7 III. These two cameras are

enough for me at the moment and I personally think that

with worse equipment you can make a great photo, of

course, with good post-production. The lenses that I use

are a wide range of 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, 105mm,

130mm, 75-200mm light from f1.4 to f2.8. Of course, for

events I use 24-70mm f2.7 or 16-35mm f2.8, I like to have

the equipment I need for various occasions, so I have

what is necessary in my work.


What is one piece of advice you would like to offer a

new photographer? I myself am at the beginning of my

photographic path, because as I mentioned, I have been

dealing with photography for 4 yearsI think that what

but I can recommend is to try to develop your style, taste

and work hard to make the photo as interesting as

possible. As you know, no one has ever been born to

please everyone. Be yourself, work and watch how others

are doing in search of inspiration.

What do you think of our new magazine? Interesting

projects and a variety of photos, photographers like it the

most. Keep it up and good luck in catching talent :)

Fb Krzysztof Piwowarek,,

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