Bunny + Dust Productions is over the moon excited to have Patrick as a creative mind and incredible talented analog and digital photographer in its team.
Having Patrick on set is enrichment in all ways. He has the skills to find angles, corners, light strikes at a location in a way that lets the viewer dream. His photos are timeless. He also isn’t scared to show the dark side in his meaningful photography which in return makes him in our eyes a beyond powerful Artists.
B+D: When did you started to take photography seriously for the first time and can you tell us more about what led you down that road?
Patrick: In 2019 I started to invest lot of time and resources in Analog photography. My heart was always with film photography. I love to share my view of certain subject and objects while always trying to stay raw and honest to the viewers perspective. And to add that pinch of style to it.
B+D: Analog photography focuses more on the process of making an image. How does that process look for you? When is the time to click that trigger?
Patrick: I’m taking my time. Always. Timing is key. I slow down. See and evaluate the framing. Adjust the settings on the camera. Once that’s good to go, it’s take the shot.
B+D: If you’re being hired for a gig as content creator for product and lifestyle photos, what are the criteria that make you decide to go either digital or analog?
Patrick: It always depends on the gig and the client. To be on the safe side, and especially when lots of resources (like models, MUA, locations etc.) are part of the game, I do prefer to use the digital images. But my heart beats for Analog.
B+D: Lack of creativity or literally not creative at all. We’ve all been there. What do you do in those moments?
Patrick: I go on solo trips. Just me and my bike without any plan or destination. Total reset of mind and perspectives and most of the time, it’s rewarding.
B+D: You have that incredible skill of finding angles and seeing the picture itself before it’s even been taken. And you play with lights in a way that is mind-blowing and fresh.
Patrick: Thank you. That’s nice to hear. It’s all about my perspective of the frame. I want to show how I see the world through my viewfinder.
B+D: Do you look up to any ‘analogue or film’ photographers, whether from the past or now?
Patrick: Yes. Definitely. Mostly my references are back in 1920 – 1970s.
B+D: What do you usually do during your downtime? Any on-going project, or other plans in the future?
Patrick: I do have a project ongoing about human body shapes. I’ll share more about it soon. Other than that I’m so eager to learn all about photography in order to improve.
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