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Interview with Daniel Slavov

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29 July 2016

Posted by Anna Fraser

Hi Daniel! Tell us about yourself in two sentences - who are you?

I have a degree in marketing & communications, and up until recently, I was working in a office as a social media specialist. Photography is one of the out-of-office activities that I really enjoy. Since I am no longer employed, I am planning on devoting more time to photography and my other hobbies.

QWhat's the weirdest situation you've found yourself in while taking a photograph?

AThat has to be the night I went out to a restaurant with my girlfriend. I had recently bought a new fast prime lens, which I wanted to test in a low light situation, and there was a perfect opportunity to do that as we sat down at a table in the garden. While I was taking pictures (no flash) of my girlfriend, a seemingly drunk gentleman from another table shouted "Hey, stop taking pictures of me! Are you working for the press? I don't want to see myself in the newspaper tomorrow". I was stunned for a few moments, and then I tried to explain that I was simply photographing my girlfriend... but he wouldn't listen. So, I stood up and went to his table with the intent to show him the few photos that I had taken so far, but after seeing them, he murmured "Where are my photos, did you hide them?!". Hearing that made me realise that there was no point arguing with him, so I wished him a good night, went back to our table and tucked the camera into my bag. Weird at its best.

QWhat do you shoot on? What's your favourite set up?

AI have the pleasure to shoot on the wonderful Fujifilm X-T1. It's small and discrete, super easy to control the settings, and it can produce some stunning images. It's cool looking too :) I use prime lenses only, and I have 2 of them at the moment – Fuji 35mm F1.4 and Samyang 12mm F2. This set up covers all of my photographic needs – from portrait to street to landscape photography.

QWhat's your number one tip for an aspiring photographer?

ATip number 1: don't seek inspiration by looking at other photographers' work - you might end up recreating the same photos you looked at. Tip number 2: stop thinking about new equipment and what you don't have – try instead to find ways of taking the shot with what you have – this is how you become more creative.

One of my favourite pictures is 'Walking into the unknown' - as we were driving back home through one of the mountain passes in Bulgaria, the weather turned awful – it started r... Read more

One of my favourite pictures is 'Walking into the unknown' - as we were driving back home through one of the mountain passes in Bulgaria, the weather turned awful – it started raining, the road became slippery and thick fog spread all around us. We had to stop the car in a driveway where the setting was like that of a horror movie. Instead of waiting inside the car, my girlfriend suggested that we take some photos, and so we did – the weather was actually perfect for photography :-) Read less

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This photo was taken in the Balkan Mountains (Stara Planina) in Bulgaria where the annual blueberry festival takes place. I like including people in my landscape shots.

This photo was taken in the Balkan Mountains (Stara Planina) in Bulgaria where the annual blueberry festival takes place. I like including people in my landscape shots. Read less

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I saw the end of the communism and the dawn of the democracy in the late 80s' in Bulgaria. What you see in this picture is the Buzludhza Monument – one of the most significant a... Read more

I saw the end of the communism and the dawn of the democracy in the late 80s' in Bulgaria. What you see in this picture is the Buzludhza Monument – one of the most significant architectural achievements by the communist regime. I love abandoned places, and this one is absolutely surreal. Read less

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The railway station in Plovdiv was actually one of the first shots that I took with my old Canon 60d coupled with a 40mm prime lens. I really like how empty and deserted the pla... Read more

The railway station in Plovdiv was actually one of the first shots that I took with my old Canon 60d coupled with a 40mm prime lens. I really like how empty and deserted the place looked that afternoon. Read less

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When I stumbled upon these people and the funky carousel, it struck me that it would become an awesome conceptual shot. It is amazing how mobile technology separates us from eac... Read more

When I stumbled upon these people and the funky carousel, it struck me that it would become an awesome conceptual shot. It is amazing how mobile technology separates us from each other and 'connects' us at the same time. Read less

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This is the Dragomir Swamp in Bulgaria – a bird photographer's paradise. The marshland is inhabited by more than 200 species of birds. As I didn't have a telephoto lens, I had ... Read more

This is the Dragomir Swamp in Bulgaria – a bird photographer's paradise. The marshland is inhabited by more than 200 species of birds. As I didn't have a telephoto lens, I had to find something else that was interesting enough to photograph with my 40mm pancake lens. Read less

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This is a typical Bulgarian fruit and vegetable market during a not-so-busy afternoon. It is one of my favourite shots – I like the angle, the atmosphere and those awesome lamps.

This is a typical Bulgarian fruit and vegetable market during a not-so-busy afternoon. It is one of my favourite shots – I like the angle, the atmosphere and those awesome lamps. Read less

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