Gallery – Jan Krestyn

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Jan Krestyn

My first camera was an Etude, a 6×6 cm box camera using 120 roll film. With this fine piece of Soviet thermoplastic, and at the ripe old age of 6, I tried to express my artistic aspirations, usually by stacking up exposures, when I forgot to wind the film roll to the next frame. This was quite often. Many years and four cameras later I have discovered the freedom of digital photography and of the digital ‘darkroom’.

Have a look in my Gallery to see what keeps me currently ticking.

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5 Responses to “Gallery – Jan Krestyn”
  1. barneymeyer says:

    Nice HDR of “Evening on the Yarra” Jan

  2. Rebecca says:

    Hi Jan,
    That’s an interesting effect used on the ‘Halls of Valhalla’. Great work! How did you go about achieving that look?
    Rebecca

  3. Michal C says:

    ahoj Honzo,
    pekny fotky
    nejak te nemuzu kontaktovat
    Michal C

    Hi Jan,
    nice photos
    Somehow I can not contact you?
    Michael C

  4. David says:

    Zdravím a chválím. Ty HDR jsou moc pěkný. Připomíná mi to jedno video Brna: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpdJmENit3w Jen tak dál. Austrálie je evidentně místem fotografovy inspirace

    Greetings and I praise. The HDR shots are really beautiful. The pictures remind me one movie of Brno: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpdJmENit3w Keep it up! Australia seems to be place of photographers’ inspiration indeed.

    David (Brno…)

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