Madonna di Campiglio, Dolomity.
Często mam przyjemność tworzyć zdjęcia na dokładne zamówienie klienta. Przekaz i treść mają pokrywać się z tym co zamówiła firma. Jak to zrobię to już leży po mojej stronie. Mam dopracować szczegóły oraz aspekty techniczne aby chwila w kadrze stała się produktem ale jednocześnie zachowały się wartości, które ja osobiście cenię. Jakie to wartości Walor estetyczny. Prawdziwość przekazu. Pozytywna energia. To tylko kilka z wielu ale zachowanie ich jest dla mnie istotne. Uwzględnianie ich w treści zdjęcia daje mi energię aby ciągle się rozwijać i kochać to co robię.
Jak wam się podoba taki kadr jako reklama firmy, której jedną z dziedzin jest organizacja wyjazdów narciarskich
Pozdrowienia i miłego dnia,
Madonna di Campiglio, Dolomites
Quite often I have a pleasure to create photography for business purposes. Form and content are directly ordered by the company. How I will achieve that, that is on me. I have to work the details and technical aspects so the moment captured in the frame will become a product. At the same time, I need to retain some personal values. What values Esthetical, Realizm and Positive Energy. This is just a few of them but keeping them is important for me. Maintaining these values in my photography gives me the energy to constantly evolve and love what I do.
How do You like such a photograph as an advertisement for a company that is organizing ski adventure as one of the business fields
Have a nice day!
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20 years ago I nearly quit college. My teacher (in front of my Mum) told me to look at ”options” as I would fail. Credit perhaps to my stubborn nature (or maybe in spite of being told I couldn’t do it), I worked my ass off, missing out on being carefree with friends to constantly study.
I finished college with the grades I needed, but all I felt was empty. I had invested so much of myself into not failing, that I had completely misplaced my why. I didn’t know what made me happy, what I was passionate about and I was completely lost in everyone else’s opinions. I was afraid.
I knew whatever I studied, I didn’t want financial pressure on my family. I got a job, another and another until throughout a 7 day week I was working for 5 different businesses with various shifts. I did all I knew how to, and what I had seen my parents do growing up - work bloody hard.
Ten years went by, I moved my way up in a company and pretty soon the idea of study was replaced with a passion to learn. I loved being pushed out of my comfort zone, and it’s only now that I recognise just how much my upbringing shaped my curiosity for learning hands on.
I worked in project and change management, account management, financial management, technical advisory, information management, leadership and executive roles.
The special part of a learning journey like mine, is that I was lucky to experience both success and failure, and I am grateful for that. During college I had such a fearful association with failure, that I missed the opportunity it provides to grow, reflect and learn.
I have come to realise with time that our destiny is not shaped by others opinions of our potential. Happiness is doing what you love, and if you haven’t found it yet it’s enjoying the journey there. I genuinely believe you can have passion for something from the get go, or discover it when you least expect - either way, it’s yours and special.
Today I was appointed to Deputy Chief Executive, a position that 16 year old me couldn’t feel worthy of. I can’t go back in time to tell myself what I know now, but you bet I am going to dedicate my energy to ensure NZ young people do! #mystory #mypassion