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Interview: Photographie Glam Studio (Poland)

7 Sep 2019

Can you tell us a little about you?

My name is Marcin – I am a creative, challenge-seeking person who is constantly

improving his skills. Apart from photography, I am interested in modern technologies

and the automotive industry. For many years I have been running a business

connected with web design and web marketing.

 

How and when did you get into photography?

My story with photography began when one of my clients – who ordered a custom

website for me to design – informed me that expanding my skillset with Product

Photography would be a perfect complement to my current offering. This way,

customers would have comprehensive service guaranteed. While I was thinking

about it, I realised that it wasn’t a bad idea so I took up the challenge by developing

myself in this direction and because of that I added some more specializations into

my photography such as Fashion, Glamour and Sensual Photography. The funniest

thing about this story is that today I no longer deal with my once permanent activity

which was web design but only photography now.

 

What does photography mean to you?

Photography for me is discovering the unknown, creating incredible frames, unique

emotions and capturing many wonderful moments in memory of my loved ones.

 

Please briefly describe your photography style for our readers.

I really like pictures saturated with colours which make the reality become more

colourful, pictures that are expressive and show emotions. As far as B&W

photography is concerned, I like pictures with a large grain, slightly devoid of focus,

with a climate of magic and emotions.

 

Where do you get inspiration from?

I draw my inspirations mainly from my surroundings and from old Vogue magazines,

sometimes from other photographers too. The idea for a photo session is usually

suggested to me by my wife or a model with whom I do the photo session with.

 

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

I put a lot of time and effort into developing my photographic skills - and only the

persistent ones who follow my work can see the progress later on. Every day I see

more and more progress and this is what drives me and motivates me even more. I

am satisfied with my current progress, but I know that I can achieve much more so I

constantly push myself further.

 

Studio, on location or both?

Definitely a studio. There’s more possibilities there - combinations of lighting,

background colours or accessories such as chairs, boxes, ladders etc. In the studio

I can create my own photos and I’m not limited by the weather conditions.

 

Would you consider yourself a hobbyist or a paid professional?

Whatever I have done in my life, I have always aimed to provide professional

services at the highest level. I hope that the public perceive me as I see myself - as a

professional in my field. As a hobby I shoot Macro and photograph insects for

example.

 

What has been your most memorable session and why?

The most important photo session I have done is the one I did at the request of a

client. I was skeptical about it at first. Although I prepared myself solidly for it, I

treated it as a test of my skills and the client assessed them at the end. It was him

who gave me the confidence by saying, that I did a really good job and this

confirmed my belief that I am good at what I do and that I should continue my

career, combining passion with business for life.

 

Nikon or Canon? Favorite lens?

Definitely Canon. I'm currently using Canon EOS R. If we talk about my favourite

lenses – most of the time I use prime lenses such as 50mm and 85mm, although the

new 35mm Canon is so great that I am determined to use it more often than my

previous 35mm one. Lighting also plays an important role in my workshop, so I

would also like to mention that. I've been attached to the Quadralite brand from the

very beginning. Now I use Atlas and Reporter lamps mainly with octagon and beauty

dishes and this is basically my main light source. I love soft light, especially when it's

focused on the model in a way so I could emphasize her beauty and design of the

photo, adding atmosphere to it.

 

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

to start their own business?

Believe in your dreams and skills and make them come true today. In order to

achieve success you simply have to do your best and go with the flow without any

excuses. You have to work hard, test yourself and take risks…

 

What do you think of our new magazine?

The magazine is simply masterful and unrivalled - it provides a lot of motivation,

knowledge and inspiration not only from long-term specialists, but also from

enthusiasts who want to share their passion, artistic heritage and history of their

self-development with people. I am glad that I have had the honour to be among

those incredible talents and sharing my photographic work and experience.

 

http://glamstudio.eu/

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Model Weronika Jezierska

Model Ida Kowalska
Mua Agnieszka Tabor @Aguleekk

Model Natalia Tomczyk
Mua Agnieszka Tabor @Aguleekk

Model Sandra Duda
Mua Radek Janaszek

Model Aga Roginska
Mua Radek Janaszek

Model Aga Rogniska
Mua Radek Janaszek

Model Natalia Tomczyk
Mua Agnieszka Tabor @Aguleekk

Model Kasia Kajdan
Mua Agnieszka Tabor @Aguleekk

Model Ida Kowalska
Mua Agnieszka Tabor @Aguleekk

Model Kasia Kajdan
Mua Agnieszka Tabor @Aguleekk

Model Weronika Maszner
Mua Agnieszka Tabor @Aguleekk

Model Sandra Duda
Mua Radek Janaszek

 

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