Mirek Kaźmierczak, born in 1989, runs PDF Magazine’s photo department. A multiple prize-winner in photography contests, a press photography student at the University of Warsaw, and a class attendant at the Academy of Reportage. He held a reflex camera as a 19 year old for the first time, but he picked up photography faster than any other. Documentary and reportage in particular absorbed him totally. He likes working on the spot, take his camera for a city stroll, tell stories about people and their surrounding. At the streets of Warsaw he seeks impulses to move the shutter. He never lets go, works hard, experiments and combines visual with content. Monochromatic, contrasting images with deep blacks in them are the closest to his heart. He likes engaged, classic photoreportage but appreciated new documentary as well. He wants his images to bring joy, feel the shiver of emotion that shows up when he catches the right frame. He appreciates the possibility to confront his work with viewers, likes drinking coffee, watching sunrises and listening to good music.
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(PL) For me the forest is a place where you can escape. It reminds me of the mountains. It smells of moss and moisture.
89-year-old Maria lives in a village Zahutyń near Sanok (Poland). It’s a straight story of a human who has her life already behind her.
A selection of photographs that are a reflection of a corporate system and what it brings to an urban space.
Sárospatak is a small town in the north-eastern Hungary. The main attraction here are thermal baths.
Street photos captured on various occasions.