My Perception.

What I see differs from what the camera captures. I often see a towering perspective with mountains in view, but cameras tend to shrink this scale, losing the grandeur of nature. Sketching is crucial for me to convey scenes accurately, as I don’t rely solely on my camera. It takes time and effort to find the right spots for sketching, often in high or unique locations.

However, my camera is useful for capturing details that I might miss, revealing unseen atmospheric nuances. Alongside Photoshop, which I’ve used since its early days, I analyse these details, enhancing my artistic vision.

Digital tools like Photoshop play a vital role in my process, aiding in analysis rather than dominating the final result.