In 1987, I have been graduated as a graphic designer. Having a job in a design-office, I had to take pictures from the first working day. Everybody can takes pictures. But my habbit for lay-out and playing with parts of text, improved my way of taking pictures and also this way of working made me a versatile photographer.
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