"Look ahead, look up, look down, look left, look right, don't forget to look behind. There is always something to photograph. Through my love for the arts, architecture, and photography I create unique, abstract photographs."
"I remember getting my first oil paints, my first box of pastels, my first camera. Art has always been one of my hobbies, anything from impressionist to modern, along with architecture and later photography. Since about 1977 when I got my first film camera and later on when I got my first digital camera. Now you can photograph in the morning, download and process, print and hang your photos within that day. I have joined several camera clubs, been on photo excursions, exhibited locally and been published over the last 9 years. I stopped painting with oils and pastels; now I paint with my camera."
Miroslav Vrzala was born in Czechoslovakia and now lives in Ramsey, New Jersey, USA. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Pace University, Pleasantville, NY.
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