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Jaka Geltar

Why do I do photography? Because it is challenging, developing, overwhelming, emotional and pristine. Why do I like to paint with light? I see the camera as an instrument of time, rather than a mere tool to 'snap a shot'. I can already see how modern electronic photography is being depreciated. Just look around; how many people do you still see doing prints?
 
I love natural light. I use what light is available, rather than artificial flash light, and that’s why I like to have low-light-capable lenses with me. I'm shooting on a tripod more and more, as I delight in leaving the sensor exposed for longer. It creates a different atmosphere and freezes motion in diverse ways, simply said. Especially in our beautiful nature. I also take time-lapse photography as a source of great joy as well as challenge.

What I like about photography the most - plus music and languages for that matter - is its infinity. All the boundaries are set in your head, and you have the potential to walk past them. 

I really love to travel and photograph, it’s so inspiring. To meet other cultures and try to 'get groovy' while opening your eyes for an exceptional shot and setting up your DSLR along the way… 

In the near future, I’ll strive to do absorbing travel documentaries and short films, beginning with Nepal and/or Madagascar.
Jaka Geltar
Favourite Camera: Nikon d5200