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If you have ever wondered how these people became who they are today you will like this interview with Isaac Garcia.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and when did you get into photography?
My name is Isaac Garcia and I’m from Cerritos,Ca
I picked up my first camera about a year and a half ago and ever since then it became one of my strongest passions in life!
How has environment you live in influence the way you photograph?
Well the environment I live in is pretty hard to photograph because there isn’t really a lot of architectural objects just kind of food and I’m not into that. So that makes me want to explore the city as much as I can!
What inspires you the most?
Other photographers inspire me the most! Looking at their work makes me feel that I can do that too and make my work inspire others as well.
Do you have any favorite photography scenes or subjects?
My favorite scenes would have to be the city life! And subjects would be people of high fashion. Sort of like Hypebeast.com. Look book and stuff like that.
What apps do you normally use for taking photos?
I strictly use Lightroom 5 on my Mac. Only computer editing
Where’s your favourite place to shoot and why?
Los Angeles would have to be my favorite city for now because I haven’t been to any other Large cities so I haven’t been able to capture them.
Tell us a little bit about your photo editing workflow. Which editing apps do you use the most?
It then goes back to Lightroom 5 on my MacBook. And I mostly focus on my tone curve and I also have presets made.
What advice do you have for new photographers who are just starting to explore the creative possibilities of photography?
Some advice would be, get used to your camera! My camera is always in my hand. Get used to the settings. shoot whenever you can! Practice the art. And ignore what other people tell you and post what you feel like posting!
Do you edit images on your mobile devices or do you prefer to use a desktop or laptop computer?
I prefer laptop because of the big screen and easy controls.
Where do you see the future photography?
I see myself having a pretty successful career in photography having my own studio and being pretty well known!