Ever since my parents first digital camera, a Canon Ixus v2, I've been entrigued in taking pictures. The possibilities the camera gave were like no others!!! You could bend the rules of nature by using a long shutterspeed and tweeking the colours. You didn't even have to capture the image through the yee-old peep-hole, but had a big 1.5" screen at your dispossal. Best of all you could see the result right then and there. No waiting, no cost. Bla bla bla...
Well, now I know I was only being young and dumb... After that it took some years before I bought my own camera (exept for my Canon Ixus M1 APS filmrollcamera I already had at that time).
Hello. My name is Daniel Sosna and welcome to my photosight on the web. My primary wish with this sight is to show people my work, instead of it being left in a folder on my computer. This way I hope to half inspire and half enlight you in what a photo could be like. Not that I'm especially good in taking pictures, but still... I'm also convinced about the fact that having a website like this will push me into taking better pictures. To bad I don't have a "comments-feature" on this sight, but who really cares? Haha...
I initially started out with the 350D (with its whopping 1.8" screen) and the 17-85mm lens. It was fun and a whole new world for me compared to what I had used before. Soon though, I found it to narrow, and bought the 10-22mm three months after. After that I also got the 70-300mm IS USM and the 100mm macro from Canon. I got all these lenses so that I could experiment and have fun with them. Also, I don't want any real obsticles when I'm out clicking, exept from ISO and aperture;) Ofcourse everything has it's price, but so far I've been lucky enough to find cheap and "good enough" lenses for my purpose.
My pictures are a product of my creativity. I try to vary my pictures between different styles and like to capture stuff and scenery that people often don't take time to see, and later turn them into wallpapers.
The pictures might have been fixed to remove unwanted objects or to fix several pictures into an HDR of some sort.
Normally I use a Adobe program to reach my goals.
P.S: Would you like to use one of my pictures for personal tweaking, wallpapering and fun, then give me a hollar :)