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Interview: Photographer Ana Gregorio (Argentina)


Can you tell us a little about you?

I'm Ana Gregorio, Natural Light Portrait Photographer, Argentina. About 7 years ago I started with photography and 4 as a mentor. I love teaching because that makes me learn constantly...

Since the pandemic, I dedicated myself to Mentoring online, and it's been a year since we returned to face-to-face visits to the provinces of Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru.

I was chosen as a jury in 35awards, a prestigious worldwide Photography Contest, representing Argentina, where my photographs were also among the 100 best photos and I among the 35 best photographers worldwide.

Photography is my grounding cable in my most nostalgic days and thanks to it I learned to listen with my eyes to the soul of each person.


How and when did you get into photography?

7 years ago I started with photography in search of a change in me. The death of my father made my soul sad and I needed to get out of that state. It was so that I began to be interested in this wonderful art. Thanks to photography I found myself


What does photography mean to you?

Photography is the one that saved me and the one that saves me every time sadness comes. With her I can talk, let off steam without having to utter words. she is part of my being.

Please briefly describe your photography style for our readers.

My photographic style is artistic documentary, since I tell a little story, the one that my models tell me, and then I give it my artistic style in the edition

Where do you get inspiration from?

My children constantly inspire me, leaving a photographic document at each stage of their lives excites me. My nostalgia is also part of my inspiration, seeing photos of people who were part of my history, people who are no longer with me makes me understand the importance of photography and love my profession even more.


Do you think in advance what you want in the picture?

Yes, I always interview my clients in order to design each shot.

Studio, on location or both?

Both.


Would you consider yourself a hobbyist or a paid professional?

I consider myself a professional

What has been your most memorable session and why?

There were several sessions that fill me with satisfaction, but if I have to choose one, I can say that the one I did for Catalina and her grandfather Arsenio moved me a lot. Catalina, 9 years old, was in charge of taking care, so to speak, of her grandfather who suffered from Alzheimer's His story very beautiful to portray.


Nikon or Canon? Favorite lens?

Nikon. 50mm y 85mm


What is one piece of advice you would like to offer a new photographer looking to start their own business?

To study, internalize and never stop practicing, because theory only works if we put it into practice... that nourishes his gaze and his mind of art... a lot of art that will help him to be creative... And keep in mind that the photographs speak of the soul of whoever creates them.


What do you think of our new magazine?

I think it's cool, I feel very honored and grateful for this interview.

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