axel Pauporté

Nationalité: Belgium

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Profil de l'artiste

Axel fell into photography naturally through his love of taking photos and a longtime passion for cameras.  As a professional snowboarder he got to travel the world and through these travels he started to shoot lots of random shots, mostly for the memories but he was soon hooked on photography and wanted to do more with his new-found hobby. Axel learned a lot of his technique from the pro-snowboard photographer friends that were often his traveling companions.

 Axel prefers playing with natural light instead of artificial light and photographs anything that catches his eye, from people to landscapes, still life to motion.  Whilst he admires the work of famous photographers and artists, there isn’t one in particular that sticks in the forefront of his mind, preferring to take his inspiration from his everyday surroundings and a keen interest in cinematography, graphic design, music, motorbikes and architecture.

His favorite camera,“by far”, is his Hasselblad 500c/m from the 70s.  Although his camera collection is extensive, Axel always reverts to his film camera because
“nothing ever looks as good as what I shoot on film”.

Mes Digigraphie

Digigraphie® Dimensions Média Nombre de la série
in-n-out
100.00cm x 100.00cm Type: Photography
Papier: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Satin 310
Produit par:
10
BondiPool
100.00cm x 100.00cm Type: Photography
Papier: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Satin 310
Produit par:
10
fixie
100.00cm x 100.00cm Type: Photography
Papier: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Satin 310
Produit par:
10
harrys
100.00cm x 100.00cm Type: Photography
Papier: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Satin 310
Produit par:
10
pool
100.00cm x 100.00cm Type: Photography
Papier: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Satin 310
Produit par:
10
pizzaTruck
100.00cm x 100.00cm Type: Photography
Papier: Arches® Digital Natural Soft 240g
Produit par:
10

Axel fell into photography naturally through his love of taking photos and a longtime passion for cameras.  As a professional snowboarder he got to travel the world and through these travels he started to shoot lots of random shots, mostly for the memories but he was soon hooked on photography and wanted to do more with his new-found hobby. Axel learned a lot of his technique from the pro-snowboard photographer friends that were often his traveling companions.

 Axel prefers playing with natural light instead of artificial light and photographs anything that catches his eye, from people to landscapes, still life to motion.  Whilst he admires the work of famous photographers and artists, there isn’t one in particular that sticks in the forefront of his mind, preferring to take his inspiration from his everyday surroundings and a keen interest in cinematography, graphic design, music, motorbikes and architecture.

His favorite camera,“by far”, is his Hasselblad 500c/m from the 70s.  Although his camera collection is extensive, Axel always reverts to his film camera because

“nothing ever looks as good as what I shoot on film”.