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Pablo Canepa: I work with a lot of passion and above all looking for each job to be unique

Photographer: Pablo Canepa @pablocanepa_fotografia
Model: Lara Devincenzi @laradevincenzi_
Makeup Artist: Laly Make Up. @lalymakeup15
Hair Stylist: Gisela Cifre @gise.cifre
Accessory Designer: Marina Peretti
Wardrobe Credits: @josefaenlarena

When did your passion for photography start and what were the main milestones that turned you into the artist you currently are?

Photography has always been part of my life initially enjoying being the author of family vacation images and then over time I had the need to make it my profession until today. The main milestones in my career were several but I could emphasize my first exhibition in Spain with my signature photography and also I could highlight my meeting with the great Argentine photographer Aldo Sessa in his studio.

Tell us a bit more about your project "Retrato de la naturaleza". Is there any particular message you would like to get across to the viewers?

“Portrait of nature” is a project based on the search to join fashion with the environment of the human being as is nature itself.

To achieve this, we worked with noble materials both in the wardrobe and in the accessories that the model wears, seeking an image of a woman with character.

What are the technical challenges of this kind of photography and how did you overcome them?

Without a doubt, the technical challenges were in the lighting. We wanted to highlight every detail but at the same time, we wanted an intimate image. Many times the way to overcome it was by placing a lateral point of light with dark bounces.

We admire the exquisite level of detail in all your works. Does your creative process start from a certain image in your mind, or do you seek inspiration as you progress?

Thank you very much really. I sincerely begin by defining a moodboard based on several images that I take as a reference and then the wonderful thing is that many times during the photographic production, some ideas emerge and they add positively to the final objective.

Would you have any tips for non-models on how to look good in front of the camera?

My advice to look good in front of a camera would be to practice a lot in front of a mirror at home to get good body expression and thus be able to demonstrate it later in front of the professional.

What's the most important thing you want potential clients to know about you?

The most important thing that I would like you to know about me is that I work with a lot of passion and above all looking for each job to be unique and unrepeatable.

What is your dream in terms of your career?

My dream is undoubtedly to be able to learn more and more about my profession and to have opportunities to demonstrate it.

If you couldn't be a photographer, what would be your other career choice?


What is typically in your camera bag and what is your favorite photography accessory, other than your camera?

I try to carry what is necessary in my bag and that depends on the work to be done. I always carry a 24-70mm lens, batteries, memory cards, notepad, and pen. In addition to my camera, my essential photographic accessory is my memory card where all my effort remains.

What projects are you working on next, and what are your goals for the future?

I am currently working on fashion and portrait projects. One of my goals for the future is undoubtedly to be a portraitist.

Where can we see more of your works and get connected with you?

You can see my work on my instagram profile @pablocanepa_fotografía.


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