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Dalibor
Cerskov
Serbia and Montenegro
What interested you about becoming a photographer?
– My first encounter with photography was when I saw my grandfather's books of photography, and shortly after my father gave me a Zenit camera as a present. At first it was a game but now it is a passion.

Where do you find inspiration to make your photographs?
– I find inspiration in cities where I travel but mostly in my hometown and its surroundings. Urban sprawl lifts me up, so I like to photograph on the streets. I'm interested in interiors and people living in them. Music, books, and movies boost my inspiration also.

What do you most like to photograph?
– Street, landscape and life. Love to take portraits of people that I meet in my life. Because of my profession I tend to photograph architecture. Photography is the most democratic medium and you can easily switch from theme to theme just by passing through the lively street.

Who are your favorite photographers?
– Color work; William Eggleston, Joel Mayerowitz, Alex Webb, Gueorgui Pinkhassov and Gregory Crewson. Black and white work; Bill Brandt, Robert Doisneau, Garry Winogrand, Eugene Atget, Josef Koudelka and Daido Moriyama. Flickr; Julien Legrand, Ania Vouloudi, wraggy.