ABOUT

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About the blog

I started this blog in 2011 after I got my first dSLR camera. I wanted a place where I could not only have a record of my evolution as a photographer, but also to be able to connect with other photography lovers out there.

Over the years it became more of a personal blog where I like to share bits & pieces of my life and photo projects.

About my photography journey

Photography was always part of my life: first by documenting moments I wanted to remember forever, later I became more interested in it as a way to express my creativity.

When I was 25 I fell in love with the idea of becoming a photographer. I saved to buy nice cameras and lenses, I did courses, I built a portfolio and I ended up working as a freelance photographer for a while – until it became a burden and I decided to stop.

Today I don’t take photography (or myself) so seriously. I just want to enjoy capturing moments of my life and be creative in between.

I’m glad to have this journey documented here, to be able to look back at all the photos I took, projects I’ve been able to work on and people I connected with (online & in person).

About me

My name is Ines.
I’m both Swiss & Portuguese. Currently living in Switzerland.

In my 20’s I’ve tried to be a busy bee believing it was the only way to find success and happiness in life. Until I reached my 30’s and realized that the slow living lifestyle was a much better fit for my personality – and that you can be happy with a calm life.

I enjoy photography (ah! obviously), hiking and being in nature. But I’m also a homebody and I love to stay inside drinking tea while reading books or scrapbooking.

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Unless noted otherwise all content and images Copyright © 2011-2017 Ines Monnet.
All rights reserved.

👇 Feel free to say hello in the comments, so I can visit your blog and say hi back!

Thanks for stopping by – See you around

12 thoughts on “ABOUT”

  1. I like the soft tones and vignetting in your images. Easy to see that each one belongs to a set but also strong enough to work on their own.

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  2. Love your blog! I ran into your blog a while ago via Kiki’s blog. Checked it out than and it came up again after a blog on her page about you doing a photography project together (Public Transport in B&W).

    Keep up the great work!

    Warm regards,
    Tieme

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