Nadia Wicker Photography

Nadia Wicker Photography




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What kind of equipment (camera body, lens, filters, flash, tripod, cleaning equipment other) do you use?


I have a Canon 5d Mk2, a 50mm 1,8 lens, a 100 mm 2,8 lens, a Manfrotto tripod and a remote control.


What do you like and dislike about your equipment, specially your camera, and how would you improve it?


I’m really not technically inclined ! But well, I would like my tripod to be able to walk 😀


What is your favourite lens, and why?


My 100mm 20,8 lens, without hesitation !


When you travel, what is in your essential photographic kit bag?


I’m always taking my 5d and my lenses but I finally always shoot with my phone !


What kind of software/tools do you use for post-processing, if any?


Photoshop cs4 and I’m discovering Lightroom since a few weeks. And of course a wacom tablet ! Didn’t touch a computer mouse since years, I’m using my tablet for everything.


How long have you been taking photographs? How do you find inspiration? How do you take your pictures?


I started taking photographs in 2005. I find my inspiration everywhere : movies, life, street, people, paintings, shops…


Which style of photography do you like the most, and why?


I like classic, trying to capture the beauty I see from people, real things, and I like colored and surreal pictures, to create something only exists in my mind.


What goal are you working towards within your photography and when will you know you have reached it?


My goal is to continue creating and living with this, hope to earn a little bit more money to be freer.


Looking at your own work, which piece is your favourite? Why? Please provide a link to the picture.


I’m in love with the colors and the details on the high resolution.




Does your work fit into any one or more distinct genres (nature, landscape, long-exposure, black-and-white, infra-red, urban, artistic, macro, vintage, vernacular, social, street)? If other, please specify.


Selfportrait, artistic, surreal, fine arts…


Are there any photography websites that you visit regularly?




What is the one most important lesson that you have learned since you started taking photographs?


Patience and perseverance !


And finally, what other interesting photographers would you like to see in this blog?


Ruben Brulat