Photographer of the Stars: Fabian Suarez


ARTIST BIO:

I’m Fabian Suarez. I’m a photographer and have been taking pictures since 2010. I had a severe accident in 2015 but as soon as I could I got back on the photography horse. I’ve had work published and I got cover of an online magazine after my accident. I love documenting moments in history and meeting people. I’ve shot both film and digital and can’t tell you which I prefer. I personally don’t see myself willingly stopping my photography.


ARTIST Q&A:

  1. When did you first realize you wanted to be a photographer?

FS: I first realized in my senior year of high school, 2010.

  1. How long does a photoshoot normally take?

FS: It really depends. If it’s based on my ideas and wants it’ll take anywhere between a half hour to 2 hours. If it’s a photoshoot that the client wants something in specific it could take anywhere from 2-4 hours.

  1. What is your work schedule like when photographing a subject?

FS: It depends on the subject. It could be sunrise, sunset, golden hour it just depends.

  1. Where do you get your ideas or information for your photoshoots?

FS: I’m a really easy to work with photographer. I like taking candid and editorial shots. Most of my work is unplanned, spur of the moment type of work.

  1. When did you get your first photo published?

FS: I honestly don’t remember but I think it was sometime in late 2012.

  1. What do you do when you’re not taking pictures?

FS: Focus on my recovery, listen to music or do research.

  1. What does your family think of your photography?

FS: They completely support me, and I am super grateful. My mom likes my work, and she likes that I’m varying my subjects were before I was focusing on just skateboarding.

  1. What was the most surprising thing you learned while editing?

FS: Hands down double exposure!

  1. How many photos have you had published? Which is your favorite?

FS: I really don’t remember but somewhere between 8-12.

  1. Any tips/suggestions on getting started?

FS: Oh man I really don’t know, I guess just love what you do. You never know when something you get can get used. Just capture everything.

  1. What do you think makes a good photo?

FS: A good story, a connection to your subject and the creation of emotions.

  1. As a child, what did you want to do when you grew up? 

FS: Super random but I wanted to play football.


LINKS:

Instagram- fasphoto_mia

TikTok- fasphoto

Website- fasphoto.wordpress.com


PUBLISHED WORKS:

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