Originally studied industrial engineering with emphasis on research and development in the food industry sector. However, in 2009, he discovered the pre-70s photographers and started using his phone’s camera to practice. It also was a way for him to escap
Photos’. There’s Harry Gruyaert, Martin Parr, Daido Moriyama, Saul Leiter, William Klein, Bruce Gilden, Reza, Joseph Koudelka, Garry Winogrand and Fouad El Khoury among others. In order to become good and successful, photographers unconsciously imitate those who influence them. I am no exception to this rule. My thinking and style are derived from those I listed above (but with a lot of customisation).
How do you educate yourself to take better pictures?
Once you know how to control you camera and not the opposite, taking better photos turns out to be a decision. This can be achieved by using a specific prime lens (or another accessory) and going out to shoot at a specific time of the day.
What has been the influence of digital technology on your photography?
Digital photography made everything May 2016