EXCLUSIVE: Our Interview with Branimir Jaredic

Photos courtesy of Branimir Jaredic Branimir Jaredic is a 27 year old Croatian photographer/visual artist based in Ireland. Though he c...


Photos courtesy of Branimir Jaredic




Branimir Jaredic is a 27 year old Croatian photographer/visual artist based in Ireland. Though he claims to be an 'amateur' in his field, his portfolio features an impressive display of photo manipulation.

Read on for the interview and more images!





We are so blown away by your work! Can you tell us a little bit more about it?
Thank you, I'm glad that you like my work! My work is based on the theme 'Man and his position in the world and nature'. On one hand, I'm trying to express my feelings about the lonliness and unimportance of human beings in this world and on the other, I like to celebrate the beauty of nature.





Mind telling us the process of composing these images?
I develop the ideas in my head. The actual process can take anywhere from a few days to a couple of weeks. My inspiration comes from everyday life events, music, films and art in general.





How long have you been taking photographs for?
I started with photography at Christmas of 2009, after Santa brought me a compact camera. :)

What are the tools that you use?
Pentax kx 18-55 mm kit lens, Gimp and Photoshop cs 5 software.







We notice that most, if not, all of your photos are located outdoors. Is it easier to work with nature than indoors in the studio?
My opinion is that it is equally as challenging to express your self through studio and landscape photography. Perhaps landscape photography is little bit more challenging than in the studio because you don't have control over light source due to constant weather changes, etc.





As an artist/photographer, are there any other projects that you wish to accomplish/participate in?
Yes, there are! Though I would like to improve my knowledge and skills. My long term plan is to go to an art college.





Finally, is there anyone that you dream of collaborating with?
No, not really. :D Though I would like to mention few artist whose works I enjoy; Marko Beslac, Anton Semenov and Thy Mournia.


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