Published Apr 14. 2017 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 14. 2017

People We Met - Ted Logardt

Here is the second episode from our People we Met in Sweden mini-series.

Meet Ted Logardt a fly fisherman and photographer from Swedish Lapland. Ted always has his camera with him and that is why he will never miss the photo of a lifetime. "These moments happen when you least predict them and you need to be ready all the time!" For him photography adds to the experience of fly fishing when trying to capture the feeling of being in the nature by the river. 
Voici le deuxième vidéo notre minisérie People We Met - Suède.

Rencontrez Ted Logardt, pêcheur à la mouche et photographe de la Suède. Ted a toujours sa caméra avec lui et il ne manquera jamais une occasion de photographier les meilleurs moments. « Ces moments arrivent lorsqu'on le prédit le moins, c’est pourquoi il faut toujours être prêt! ». Pour lui, la photographie est un complément de la pêche à la mouche, car ça lui permet de capturer chaque instant en nature sur le bord de la rivière.

Martin Joergensen

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