One of Sweden's finest professional
photographers, Barnabas Jovanovics has been working with major
clients in photography for over 24 years. The work in Barnabas'
portfolio is outstanding both aesthetically and technically.
Our staff enjoyed the surreal look of many of Barnabas' images,
which convey a sense of mystery and desire.
Barnabas actually began photographing when he was just 12
years old, and he tells us that he cannot remember a week going
by since then, when he has not had a camera in his hands photographing
the world around him. Several disciplines are included in Barnabas'
expert knowledge of photography and his mastery of the medium
is second to none. The design and styling of Barnabas' images
in his Profotos portfolio are in a league of their own. Renditions
of people and faces in very peculiar, and sensational situations
are what make this pro stand out at the top.
We hope that you enjoy reviewing the Profotos portfolio of
this top professional as much as we have. One of Sweden's best
professional photographers: Barnabas Jovanovics.,I was once asked if I considered my love or passion of photography to be like a marriage. After careful thought, I replied that it was more like an affair, and because of that it was still enjoyable, retaining the passion and fun. However, I am not knocking marriage - I just think this describes my attitude towards what I do better than any other simile.
Heading into a new century may have helped to trigger my constant quest for improving my mental and spiritual awareness with more vigour than normal. It has also made me take a moment to sit back and survey my artistic influences. My work is still as important as ever, but I am tending to shoot less and take more time on the creative aspects. This is a more rewarding experience than being driven by a need to fill bank balances, as I am an artist at heart. Photography is my personal utopia - immortalising someone on celluloid is a very empowering experience, however corny that may sound to some.
I took my first picture when I was about 12 years old, and cannot remember a week since then that I have not had a camera in my hand or my eye to a viewfinder. What could have been a child's 2 week passion is still going strong decades later!