28 Jul Portrait photography using natural light
Source: Fuji X Passion
Originally published in 2018 on the 21st edition of our monthly magazine, this interview with Pavel Rybníček debates his work as a portrait photographer, the switch to Fuji and what cameras and lenses setup he uses to produce such extraordinary work. Don’t miss this interview.
Pavel Rybníček, thank you for your availability! Would you like to start by making an introduction?
Hello, thank you for your interest in the interview. I was born in Třebíč in the Czech Republic, where I live today. I started taking photos at the age of 15 and graduated from the school of photography. Then I graduated from Marketing College. Photography has been my main profession for the past 5 years. I’m especially interested in wedding photography, corporate and product photos, or family photos. As a lecturer, I run photographic workshops together with Fujifilm Czech Republic, where I teach photography portraits.
Are you self-taught, or have you studied Photography?
Yes, I’ve been studying the photo for 3 years. At the time of studying, I shot everything on a flat film or a cine-film. Digital techniques came after my studies. So, I’ve learned all the digital processes myself.
You photograph mostly portraits, correct? Why have you chosen this amazing and challenging genre?
I like to work with people. That’s why my portrait photography is not a problem. But for some time I was looking for a way to communicate with the model. Communication is the most important
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