PhotoBohemian (aka Jan Rybar) is a photographer and a Bohemian, since he lives in Bohemia, Czech Republic.
He loves traveling, taking photographs, writing and explaining complicated things in easy ways. (For boring details about him, see the author box below).
Originally, he was planning to launch a web on a domain: www.texts-about-photography-that-should-help-you.com Or: www.I-love-lecturing-about-photography-so- this-is-my-web-why-not?.com
At the end, he made it shorter to PhotoBohemian.com.
PhotoBohemian (aka Jan Rybar) is a journalist/photographer, international communication lecturer/trainer and a media consultant. Also, he is the author of several well received books. As a reporter he covered many major events including wars in Caucasus, Iraq and Afghanistan. He won Czech Press Photo contest with his photo from Beslan (Russia). He studied in Prague and Glasgow and holds PhD in international relations. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Prague, Bohemia (Czech Republic).
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