An interesting look into the lens of beautiful photographer Mathilde Bresson.
How and when did you first get into photography?
I’ve always loved taking pictures, then in christmas 2010, I was offered my first DSLR, so I wanted to understand how it worked and I developed a passion for photography. I'm also interested in fashion photography, and started training, by practicing on my girlfriends. Then, it became more serious when I really learned the techniques of internal settings. There, my professional life started to soar ahead.
Who were some of your biggest inspirations in the photography world?
Saraf Fafet for fashion , Mathieu Galfré for the ideas, Giuliano Bekor, Stephan Bourson for his beauty photography and David LaChapelle for his crazy inspiration.
What kind have training have you done?
I'm self-taught. I learned from books and videos online and by observing the work of others. However, I did two courses, one for internal and technical adjustments, and a studio for pictures and retouching.
What has been your favorite project or subjects to shoot so far and why?
My favorite project was a campaign for a jewelry and clothing brand. I worked all day with an amazing crew, MUA, hairdresser, stylist and model in Saint Tropez, France. I love when everybody shares their Ideas. Being surrounded by artistic people in the end created beautiful pictures for the
What projects do you have coming up?
To work with luxury brands, fashion magazines; collaborate with artists for personal projects and work on music videos.
What would be your dream photography project to shoot?
My dream photography project to shoot is in all the most amazing places in the US for fashion brands or magazines. Mixed with my French taste and touch and American locations.
What are your plans for the future?
I want to gain experience abroad to enrich me and enjoy exceptional places, because I love to shoot outdoors. For this, the ideal place is the US for the artistic vision and the beautiful places.
What is your advice to aspiring photographers?
Do not be discouraged, believe in your dreams, and learn by oneself. Many observe the work of others, ask for constructive criticism, and always question yourself.