To say that studying photography, I started at a certain time, it is impossible. I was lucky. I had the opportunity to travel a lot, to fly, to walk. It was the countries of Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America, USA, China, Malaysia, the Caucasus and other regions of the world. It was a time when I had the opportunity to sit in one place. Always with me was the camera. I filled all the drawers and cupboards in the house, and now (fortunately, currently, it is possible for many) filled with pictures of computer. But to say that the world has become for me more interesting when the camera became a window through which I began to see the world, definitely. Three years ago, when life circumstances have limited my presence in the environment, when the world narrowed to the space of Europe, when time stopped... it was a time of knowing the world through the space of nature; the need for internal understanding and perception of yourself, your mood via breath of wind, the tears of autumn rain, the joy of the first heat of the sunlight, the sounds of the chirping and singing of forest birds, the ringing silence of the forest. The simple desire to capture the moment what you saw and heard turned into the need to gain new knowledge from professionals. Search for information about the life experience of those who have long devoted himself to photography and made it his own meaning. Everyone sees the world differently. It's different for everyone. There are technical, technological laws shooting. But there's intuition, taste, emotions, psychology of perception, sensory development, mood and purpose. Man can not make two exactly the same frame, either technically or physically. And it's great, how wonderful that our world is unique in every moment of the temporary space in all its diversity. The more people involved in the process of shooting, the brighter, more interesting, safer the world becomes, the more secure our future.