Today i´m really happy to introduce todays creative guest on my blog whose work I have admired for many years

photographer Daniel Månsson. I have made a brief interview with him and picked some pictures with his permission

from his impressive website.More pics to see also on his, now take it away Daniel!

Hello! Who are you? -I am Daniel Månsson commerical/editorial photographer specilist on lifestyle, travel and portraits.

What is it that drives you forward in your profession as a photographer? -I want to try to become better and better.

My photos are ok but not still A++.  I hope I will get there before I`m 60.

Tell us about the biggest challenge that you have faced as a photographer, and your greatest best photo memory?

-There is always a big challenge to shoot commercial jobs, to make a client happy and still make a picture with my

signature style in it. That challenge is also what makes me to become a better photographer. Best memory, I was in

Iceland 7 month ago for Mazda, that was something extra.

If you could develop interiror shootings, and to contribute with something new to the branch what would that be?

-I think a lot looks too staged. You still have to style it but to make it look natural is hard. I think some of the stuff

IKEA do in there ads with the sun coming through the windows and moody, foggy style is great. But they also have

the best agency producing it, Forsman Boedenfors.

What gives you that creative kick! -To rise the level of my quality, styling, lighting, location and then put it all

together and make something better then I did last time.

Do you have some good tips to give to all interiror bloggers who photographes interior daily for their blog?

-Don´t think too much, try to capture the feeling instead of the surface. Everybody loves to see a picture with soul in it.

Too perfect gets boring...

Where will you be in ten years from now? -Hopefully I will work more with international clients and live down

south in Sweden. Altough I love my job I think it is very importent to have balance. To enjoy friends and life.

All images // Daniel Månsson