Taking pictures on photo paper.
Paper shots - direct positive images

Pictures are taken with a large format plate camera (13x18 or 18x24 cm) directly on photographic paper, which then is processed as a reversal material. Thus we get a positive image on that the same piece of paper which was exposed in the camera. Printing as a process, even the contact one, is not involved at all. In other words, the image is not transferred from one carrier to another as is the case in the traditional method - from negative on paper. Thus, the resulting image - a paper shot/direct positive image - acquires status, in the same degree as a negative, of a document of the fact that shooting took place. Naturally, a term 'edition' is not applicable here, and each paper shot becomes a unique image.

winter-spring 2008
summer 2008
| 1 | 2 |
autumn 2008
winter 2008-2009
| 1 | 2 | 3 |
spring-summer 2009
summer 2009
| 1 | 2 |
summer-autumn 2009