Interview: Photographer Fran Alfaro (Spain)
Can you tell us a little about you?
My name is Fran Alfaro. I'm a photographer dilettante Valencia-Spain I am dedicated to photography since several years ago. My work can be seen in social networks such as Facebook ( Fran Alfaro) and on Instagram (_fran.alfaro).
What does photography mean to you?
The portrait photography is my passion. In it, I have found a way of life, a way, which helps me to be myself and to grow, develop and grow both on personal and professional levels. For me it is a way to be myself and to show the world without fear, because the important thing, in my point of view, it's self and not be afraid to do this to properly develop your creativity and what you want to convey.
Please briefly describe your photography style for our readers.
My photographs have a look for beauty and fashion, without however, the fundamental factors that build on my understanding of this art so beautiful are the elegance and convey feelings. In short, photograph on the inside of the person. To do this helped me create a suitable environment in my sessions, which are only in the exterior, of a herramienra very powerful, the music, of something fundamental in my life.That is what I always try to share with my models, to create the feeling necessary. That way, I get to share my world with lad of people that I work with all my dedication, effort and love. Work with professional models and not professionals, both female as well as male. I also do portraits. My e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
I started more seriously with photography in 2018. I've always liked technology, but when I discovered photography pidía be a mode of expression and sharing, my interest was totally focused on she. I have always fought for my own style, but I love great photographers such as Peter Coulsonespecially, Jean Noir.My intention is to continue to improve. But without the models, the photographers are not no one.
Where do you get inspiration from? The inspiration I look for in my feelings, apoyandome always on what to bring, and models, that is your essence. The interconnection between your way of being, and try to photograph the interior of the people is what creates something real and special. The truth. We are lucky to be unique and unrepeatable, and that's a gift. A work of yours, a musical composition, a poem, any self-created, is a piece of our heart and it is with humility and passion, I always try to give.
What has been your most memorable session and why?
For me they are all different and unique, perhaps, that I made with the professional model Layla Karam.
Nikon or Canon? Favorite lens?
I work with a photo camera Canon EOS R, and my lens is a favorite Sigma art 85mm 1.4
What is one piece of advice you would like to offer a new photographer looking to start their own business?
I think that the most important thing is to be yourself, to transform that into results through your work and effort and see what you can offer others. This, it is much more important than the photographic equipment used.
What do you think of our new magazine?
Your magazine seems to me excellent. Very interesting, and of great quality. Congratulations for the work that realizais and thank you for the opportunity to do this interview.
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