I started learning how to take pictures a long time ago, and now I use every opportunity to learn even more.
When I found my dad's old camera in our garage.
Well... when the technologies became so advanced that I could make snaps even on a phone.
When I got a camera to shoot the best days of my family's and friends' life.
All the great things that happen to me: breath-taking weekends, my children growing up, friends' birthdays, family meetings.
The possibility to snap the world the way I see it and share my vision with other people.
Everything around me, I'm afraid to miss a good shot.
Beautiful people, nature, architecture, eye-catching exterior and interior, unusual situations.
They are as obsessed as I am! We always like to talk about the way we edit our photos.
They respect me and enjoy my photos, though sometimes they may be a bit annoying about me taking pictures of them.
Sometimes they ask me weird questions about what I do, but some of my friends really like what I shoot, that's awesome.
Obsession? What obsession? I'm not that obsessed, I just want to remember things in the future.
Well, maybe one day I'll start making pics that would feel like art.
I put a lot of efforts into my photos being perfect, and qualitative photography is definitely art.
The way I shoot is more like a ultra-modern kind of art, though not all pics are quite artistic enough.
In past photography was more artistic than it is nowadays, sometimes new is not better than old.
I always know what new photo cameras are released and find inspiration watching professionals' works. I also read a lot of tutorials and sometimes write them myself.
I communicate online and offline with photographers who share my obsession. Sometimes we go on photo-walks.
I follow all the news about smartphones and applications, and I can't imagine a day when I do not check out Instagram feed for new pics from my friends.
Actually, no. But I sometimes read related stuff in media or see it on TV.
No, I don't, photos I take may be featured at some exhibitions but not for sale.
No, unfortunately, I'm not that skilled (maybe yet?).
Photos I take are more like an enthusiastic thing.
Yes, I do, that's an important part of my life.
Some old camera and a bunch of photo filters.
Maybe a better camera so I could shoot better pictures.
A lens I wanted for a long time or some extra photo studio equipment.
IPhone 5 would blow my mind!
Nah, composition is boring.
Even ruined composition may be saved by applying some effects to the picture.
What is shot is more important than composition.
I can't imagine taking photos without taking composition in mind.
Relaxed and having fun.
I shoot randomly and spontaneously though not in a common way.
I can snap any second, but sometimes I try to make best of that shot.