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  • Vaclav Pleska

Capturing the Magic: My Journey to Feeling Like a Photographer, part 1.

As photographers, we all have that one moment where everything clicks, both figuratively and literally. For me, that moment came during a concert in the picturesque town of Slavonice, where my best friend Roman was presenting his latest album, "St Romain." It was a day filled with great light, energetic dancers, and the mesmerizing sound of music that would forever etch itself into my memory.

The atmosphere was electric, with anticipation hanging thick in the air. As Roman took to the stage, the crowd erupted into cheers and applause. I positioned myself strategically, ensuring that I had the best vantage point to capture every moment of the performance. As a bonus, I was allowed to be on stage, so I felt the energy and vibe. The stage lights bathed the scene in a warm glow, casting long shadows and creating an aura of mystique.

As the music filled the air, I found myself completely immersed in the moment. With each click of my camera, I felt a sense of exhilaration wash over me. It was as if I was in perfect harmony with the rhythm and energy of the performance unfolding before me. Every shot felt purposeful, every frame telling a story of passion and creativity.


But it wasn't just the music that captivated me—it was also the dancers who brought Roman's songs to life with their graceful movements. Their fluid motions seemed to dance effortlessly in sync with the melody, creating visual poetry that was a delight to capture through my lens.


As the concert reached its crescendo, I knew that I had captured something truly special. The images I had taken were more than just photographs; they were moments frozen in time, each one a testament to the power of music and art to transcend the ordinary and touch the soul.


As I packed up my gear at the end of the night, I couldn't help but reflect on how far I had come as a photographer. In that moment, surrounded by the echoes of applause and the lingering magic of the concert, I realized that I had finally crossed a threshold. I no longer felt like just an amateur with a camera—I felt like a professional, confident in my ability to capture the beauty and emotion of any moment that life threw my way.


The concert in Slavonice would always hold a special place in my heart, not just because of the incredible music and the joy of seeing my friend shine on stage, but because it was the moment when I truly found my voice as a photographer. It was a reminder that sometimes, the most magical moments in life are the ones we capture through the lens of a camera.

I will always remember that.

Thank you Roman...



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