, and my duty at #Urban-and-Rural
is to feature submitted artworks. Recently we decided to change the way we do it, and instead of themes & Featured folders, we decided to pick only one Member and make a little interview with them to get to know our members a little more and I'll feature amazing U&R photographers every second week!
Here is our next Featured Member, ~ZerberuZ
First of all, thank you so much ~ZerberuZ
for taking time and let me interview you!
#1 When did you start taking Urban & Rural Photos?
I started Urban and Rural photography at the age of 19. At that time I was traveling a lot through old castles and historic buildings, but I had to stop again a few years later, due to work, family and studying. In 2009 i finally had time for my hobby and bought my first Digital SLR.
#2 What kind of equipment do you own for taking photos?
Currently I use a Nikon D200 with a Tamron 10-24mm for most of my urbex pictures, and for street photography I love my old 24-70 F/2.8 Sigma EX lens.
Sometimes I still grab one of my old Nikon Film cameras, just for fun. I just love old stuff
#3 Do you have a favourite Urban & Rural Photographer here on deviantART?
I don't have a favourite one, there are some awesome photographers with different styles and points of view: `getcarter
just to name a few, I could make a really long list of great Urban photographers here on devianART.
#4 What are your favourites from your own gallery and why?
Favourites of myself ? Oh that's a good question…
I had a real weird feeling while taking this one …
this was one of the coolest explorations I've done so far with some really cool people
my was the first night exploration over rooftops I did with my friends Miisamm and Lupardus-Lu
my favourite street picture .. an old man, drunk in the rain, sitting in front of a travel agency which offers cheap holidays and people passing and don't even care about it.
#5 How or why did you start taking U&R related photos?
After getting my first Digital SLR I restarted with photography but this time I focused more on Urban Exploration. I live close to a lot of abandoned factories and buildings.
In my spare time, I love to walk through the city with my camera to capture the moments of life, it is fascinating to observe random people doing random things and capture a moment in the daily life.
But recently I'm a bit addicted to explore the city during the night.
And now more amazing photos from the deviant!