Ingunn Trones has a very intuitive approach to her photography. The result is both surprising and startling. She sees the world in her on way, makes visual connections that are both expressive and stark. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a pig about to be weighed in a back alley or an overview of Havana by night, Ingunn are able to see – and create – images that others would have bypassed. She attended the photo workshop in Cuba I and my colleague and friend, Sven Creutzmann, taught last autumn. These photos showcased here are but a few of her lovely photos she took during the workshop, some captured in Havana and some captured in the beautiful, colonial town of Trinidad.
Photography is my work and still all fun for me. I try to develop my photographic approach and expression. It's a continues learning process - and I love it.
For more about me and my work, have a look at my website:
- Don’t Trust Your TalentI have always been a strong believer in talent being overrated. Over the recent holidays, I read a book that largely confirms my assumption. Yes, talent may set some limits to our abilities, for instance creatively—or for that matter and … Continue reading →
- Don’t Trust Your Talent
Top Posts & Pages