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Sebastian A.

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Sebastian is a professional portrait and fine-art photographer from London. He interned for a year with fashion photographers Mark Lebon and Mary McCartney before studying photography at UAL. His passion is for creating images with a powerful sense of beauty, quality, and emotional depth, creating images that linger in the mind and that you can't help but go back to.

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camera

Sony Alpha A5000 | Sony Alpha A6000

lens

Sigma 30mm f/2.8 | Sigma 50mm f/1.4


Portrait

Family

Food

Other

More about Sebastian A....

What do you love about your job?

What I love most about my job is not taking the pictures, or editing them to their final form. What I love most about my job is that "Oh, wow!" moment someone has when they see their face, their product, their special moment has been transformed into something that matches, or (even better) succeeds what they ever thought it could be.

It's my own, special way of making art out of what is most important to people. Everyone has a story in this life, and with photography I can help someone tell their story in a way that will leave them passionate about life and remembering why they loved something in the first place.

Do you think we would be a good match? Great! Give me a shout from the details below and I'll do my best to get back to you within 3 hours. I can't wait to tell your story with you!

What types of shoots have you done and how did you make them special?

I have done many portraits of people in and around London. For me, the best way to make my time with the people photographing special, is to ask them about themselves, then really listen to them. The more I know, the more I care; the more I care, the more you or your audience will care when they look at the final image.

I always do my best to be as friendly, kind, and funny as possible. Okay, I'm not going to be asked to do stand-up any time soon, but making people smile and feel relaxed is something that I've spent many years learning how to do, and I think the relaxed nature of the people in my pictures speaks to that!

Awards, honors, and recognitions received

- Simon Bishop Photography Award
- Wilson Centre for Photography Award

A fun fact about this photographer

I once found myself accidentally having to camp in the Buttermere Valley in Lake District without a sleeping bag, or food! That's a great story I'd love to tell you when we meet 😉

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