Andrzej is a landscape and travel photographer. Inspired by nature, he loves taking pictures of amazing places and capturing beautiful moments. Andrzej combines his love to travel and exploration with passion for photography to capture wondrous moments in time, which he then shares through his images.
Is you remember, I’ve already written a blog post about my trip to Schwangau and posted a few pictures of the Neuschwanstein Castle. Recently, however, I went through my pictures from that trip again, and I found one of the Neuschwanstein Castle that I took from the balcony of my hotel room at night. Noooo… it isn’t something extraordinary in that area, most of places there have a view at the castle, I guess 😉 Read More
The Saxon Switzerland National Park was one of those MUST-SEE places for me, in Germany. To be honest, it still is. I’ve recently spent a little bit over a weekend there enjoying this beautiful and unique area. The park is located on German-Czech Republic border and it’s characterized by an intensively fissures and rocky canyon landscape. We stayed in a hotel in the area, a small village called Ostrau. Read More
I recently went for a weekend trip to Schwangau, Germany. The purpose of the trip was mainly to get some rest in a nice area, away from my daily life. No one said that such area can’t be photographically attractive, right? 🙂 The reason why I chose Schwangau is because of one particular thing there – Neuschwanstein Castle. I spent there three days walking around and taking pictures of the castle itself as well as the area around it. Read More
While visiting my family in Poland last Christmas I decided to organize a small photoshoot with my sister. I knew I’m gonna get one picture from it only. In fact, I already had an idea in my mind of how it will look like. Since it was a Christmas time, I knew I’m going to use some Christmas lights in the background creating nice bokeh and maybe even adding a fake one in post to accentuate the mood. I also had this thought of a girl looking through the window while it’s raining, some lights in the background (nothing crazy though), and for the expression, I wanted to catch a bit of “awaiting” and “sadness”, if you know what I mean. Read More
I wanted to try yet something different, next on my list was a still life photography project. First idea that crossed my mind was – cup of coffee + coffee beans, obviously 🙂 It took me 10 min to set up the light (one Nikon speedlight SB-700 + 60×60 softbox), clean up the table in my leaving room, spill some coffee beans on it and start shooting. I tried a couple of different angles and focal lengths until I found the right ones. The whole thing took me maybe half an hour. Below you’ll find my picks plus some shots from behind the scene 🙂 Let me know what you think about it! 🙂
I was hunting this picture for a few days while staying in Venice. I was waking up every morning at around 6AM hoping that this morning will be the one. Lucky me that our hotel was next to “Piazza San Marco”… Read More
Early mornings and late nights, that’s pretty much how I remember a few days I recently spent in Apennines, on the Toscana and Emilia-Romagna border. Don’t get me wrong, it was great. I really enjoyed walking around, seeing and capturing this beautiful landscape. If I could, I would do it again, even if it means that I’d have to wake up at 5 or 6 in the morning (just as this time 🙂 ).
Below you’ll find a few of my favorite picks and at the end can see a slideshow with all the pictures. I hope you’ll enjoy watching it!
All comments and feedback are very much welcome! 🙂
Despite my extensive photographic planes while traveling around Italy, I didn’t get many shot-opportunities (surprise surprise…). This picture I took at a place called “Porto Garibaldi”. I was there at around 16:00 so the sun was still pretty high, unfortunately, I couldn’t stay there much longer (and wait for the sunset), so I decided to take what I was given.
I was trying for quite some time and I’ve finally found someone who owns a guitar and is willing to lend it 😉 I don’t blame people, I’m not sure how I’d react if someone approached me and said: “can you lend me your guitar? I’d like to paint it… “, with light of course 😀