"I try to make my clients comfortables and knowing they can talk to me, share the artistic process with them. Having everything talked and organized in the moment of the shoot."
What's your first name?
What's your last name?
Nice to meet you, Aguss! May we have your email address please?
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What is your location, Aguss?
State / Region
Alright, now for the interview! Firstly Aguss, how would you best describe yourself?
Our readers would love to get to know you more Aguss. Tell us about yourself, why you are passionate about what you do, and your journey so far.
I'm a passionate fashion photographer and retoucher who loves cinematographic and historic images. I love working with colours and create differents atmospheres.
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What are your goals and how do you see yourself progressing in the field Aguss?
My goals are to have my own platform for women artist
How do you communicate with people Aguss? Are you patient? Are you friendly? How open are you to clients’ requirements?
I try to make my clients comfortables and knowing they can talk to me, share the artistic process with them. Having everything talked and organized in the moment of the shoot.
If you had to do it over again, what would you change Aguss?
Try to relax more in the work field! haha
Who is your hero Aguss, and how have they helped you get to where you are?
I don't have a hero, in particular, just people that make me feel inspired. Like photography artists or painters. Eugenio Recuenco, Balthus, Steven Meisel, etc
How important are creative education courses Aguss? Have you taken any, and did you find them useful?
I prefer different particular courses and not an entire career, if you know what u wanna do is better to focus on taking courses which help you in that area in particular. But at the same time, courses of different topics is a plus in art, like taking painting classes helps you to understand better the light and the shadows
Do you have any tips for someone who is just starting out in the industry?
Have patience! haha. Work hard, Define an esthetic, take pictures of everyone who inspires you. Get out of the comfort zone. Experiment! Be yourself? (i said a lot of cliches, do I? lol)