Born In Buenos Aires and resident In Madrid his training In Architecture directs his professional career to the world of Interior Design, collaborating with great photographers such as Ken Kirkwood or Van Gelderen. As well as photographing interiors he photographs Architecture, Gardens and Portraits - like the famous Spanish writer Miguel Delibes -and works with different interior and architecture magazines such as Habitania, El Mueble or Arcquitectura y Diseño.

The Photographs he presents on our gallery are based on the principles he considers fundamental in photography: The Frame, The Light and the Point of view, looking at objects and people in a personal and subjective way. In order to achieve the desired effects he uses instruments in traditional photography like the lense, the aperture and the speed. In all the photos geometry and proportion are essential and inspired on great masters such as André Kertész, Alfred Stieglitz, Berenice Abbot and many more. Although these are digital photos they have been developed without digital manipulation, except the dust In the sensor and very little more.




Works by 12. Felipe Scheffel



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