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Sergio Fasola

Sergio Fasola (Argentina) - Contemporary Photographer
Sergio Fasola (Argentina) – Contemporary Photographer

 

“My pictures are born from an esthetic project of which I previously had a clear as to what it should look like. It has a lot to do with my way of looking at things. I work the light in my pictures as if they where painting.” Sergio Fasola

 

 

Sergio Fasola. Born 1953 in Santa Fé (Argentina).

 

Image called Humo by Argentine photographer Sergio Fasola
Sergio Fasola (Argentina) – Contemporary Photographer

 

Sergio Fasola, how did you become a photographer?

I’m an autodidact. In addition to that I have participated in several workshops on photography.

Which was your first camera and photographic experience?

I think it was a Pentax SP 500, an analog camera. I’ve always relied on my intuition when it comes to composing and taking pictures. Besides I’m a passionate painter and like to draw.

Why did you become a photographer?

In the field of art, it’s where I feel most comfortable. I feel that photography is the best way to express my ideas.

What does photography mean to you?

It’s a way and necessity to express myself artistically.

Which photographer inspired you most?

Joel-Peter Witkins. I admire his way to portray death and beauty in the non-conventional.

Which is your favorite photography quote?

Among my favorite photography quotes is what British photographer Paul Graham said about tradicional photographers rejecting the digital and computer programs like Adobe Photoshop.

Tengo que decir que la posición de la fotografí­a directa en el mundo del arte me recuerda la parábola de una comunidad aislada que creció comiendo papas toda su vida, y cuando se encuentra con una manzana, la rechaza, porque que no tiene gusto a papa.

How would you describe you personal photographic style and way of working?

My pictures are the result of previous ideas. I think first what I want to express and then represent this idea photographically. It’s more a process than a style, I think. So my pictures are born from an esthetic project of which I previously had a clear as to what it should look like. It has a lot to do with my way of looking at things. I work the light in my pictures as if they where painting.

What does a great pictures need in your eyes?

A good idea and a photographer who knows how to translate it with his camera. 

 

More images from Argentine contemporary photographer Sergio Fasola

 

Some colorful spots in a forest in this photograph from Sergio Fasola called bosque
Sergio Fasola (Argentina) – Contemporary Photographer
Argentine visual artist Sergio Fasola took a picture of a bathtub in the middle of a corn field
Sergio Fasola (Argentina) – Contemporary Photographer
On this image from Serio Fasola one can see a red freezer with coca cola written on it placed in midst of a field
Sergio Fasola (Argentina) – Contemporary Photographer

 

Sergio Fasola, where do you draw inspiration from?

From real life and the stories I hear.

How do you stay up to date about new developments in photography?

I do a lot of research on the internet and look at the work of other photographers – but also other artists like painters.

Digital o analog?

Digital.

What kind of photography equipment and photographic supplies do you use?

Sony.

Which advice would you give someone who wants to become a photographer?

To study art!

 

More information about contemporary photographer Sergio Fasola

 

Sergio Fasola is an Argentine photographer and visual artist. He was born in 1953 in Santa Fé (Argentina). Sergio Fasola studied art in Florence, Italy. In photography he was a student of Bauhaus profesor Esteban Marco. He has also worked as a screenplay writer and TV producer. In his pictures, Sergio Fasola combines photography and art.

Oficial website: www.sergiofasola.com.ar

Contact: sergiofasola@gmail.com

 

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