Hi! Here’s a little more information about me.
(There’s also a contact form at the bottom of the page if you have any questions for me.)
I’m entirely self-taught. I started taking photos when I was about seven years old after my Uncle Hal gave me his Zeiss-Ikon Contaflex 35mm SLR film camera. I didn’t progress in photography until after 2007 when I focused on studying and actively practicing photography.
I’ve been all over the world and have taken photos in a lot of places. If you have any question about my equipment, technique, or how I did anything, I’d be happy to tell you. Contact me via the form at the bottom of the page.
I travel and take photos wherever I go. I post my photos on my Lars Lentz Photography website where they are also for sale as fine art prints and products.
Although I wish it was, photography is not my full-time profession. I work as an electrical engineer on weekdays and have various other projects and interests.
I have a personal blog at larslentz.com where I write about non-photography items, and you can find me on social media too. See below. I’m open about what I do and how I do things, so if you have any question, please contact me.