As a reportage photographer rapidly developing stories, unpredictable action and consequently fast shutter speeds tend to be my primary domain. But within those .somethings of a second that I ultimately capture I always seek to find a truth - to reveal something, some essence, big or small of the subjects and scenes in front of me that I can give back to the viewer to help them understand not just what was happening but who the people in these photographs really are.
Photography and words by Jonas Rask
Ever since I started shooting Fujifilm cameras back in 2011, I started carrying my camera with me everywhere I go.
The store, concerts, recitals, family gatherings, the couch. You get the point. Everywhere.
Whenever I give lectures on photography, it’s always my key point. - Always wear a camera. You never know what situations will present it self.
This has a very desirable side effect. Most of my images are images of my everyday life. Life as it happens around me, in front of my lens.
Maybe not exciting in present tense, but when viewed in retrospect, it becomes what photography is destined to be. Preservance of memories. Those fleeing moments that you want to hang on to forever.
I dug into my library.
I found one monochrome
I found one colour
6 years. 12 images. 1 date.
This is my everyday life. On May 5th. The past 6 years.