Father Of Two Captures Heartwarming Childhood Moments In Polish Village
Sebastian Łuczywo is a brilliant Polish photographer who loves capturing the dearest moments in the lives of his beautiful family in their rural village in Poland. The photographs are mostly black and white, which gives them even more depth and lets the viewer focus on their emotion. His wife Agnieszka, his two children, Jacek (8) and Krzystof (11), and their domestic animals are all subjects in Łuczywo’s beautifully emotional and light-spirited photographs.
“I tried to show life in the country, but look at it with a grain of salt,” Łuczywo wrote in an interview with Bored Panda. “The inspiration for me is the music and the light that, for every photographer and painter, should be valid. Light is an important factor in creating a photograph. If it is good, it makes the climate, it can create a story.”
Take part in Łuczywo’s family’s lovely adventures through his raw and inspiring rural photography, and don’t miss the bits from his interview inbetween the images!
“All I photographed had natural surroundings: barns, old bowls, tables, chairs, animals. I tried to show life in the country, but look at it with a grain of salt,” Łuczywo told Bored Panda in an interview.
“I love my animals, they are very important to me. They are best friends, unselfish and extremely dedicated. I have two large dogs, Roka and Lord, and three puppies: Cola, Grubcia and Kropka. All the dogs live under one roof with a cat and a guinea pig.”
“I am a business advisor and I have a university degree in economics. Every free moment I spend with my family and photography.”
“I am a sensitive man, I carefully watch the world. I really like to watch people’s behavior, because each person is different and has something special.”
“The inspiration for me is the music and the light that, for every photographer and painter, should be valid. Light is an important factor in creating a photograph. If it is good, it can make the climate, it can create a story.”
“I use a Nikon D700, and my lenses are the Nikkor 24 f 2.8 and Nikkor 70-200 f 4. Because of this, I do not like to excessively interfere in my photographs. I use a simple graphics program called Photoscape. I correct colors, cadres, but that’s all. I like natural and pure images.”
“I would say that if someone wants to achieve something in photography, they must put in a lot of work, learn, and observe the world (people and nature). However, I believe that, without sensitivity and heart, one cannot create good photography. If a man wants to do something good, he has to put his soul into it.”