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MATTHEW SANDAGER

FASHION PHOTOGRAPHER

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES

 

 

  

 

 

 

Matthew's work is visual and thought-out, "edit in your head".  His focus is men fashion, with clients such as; Details Magazine, Ink Magazine, Paper Magazine, L'Uomo, V Man, and Women's Wear Daily 'WWD'.


Exclusively Fashion Magazine: Tell me a little about your journey  as a fashion photographer from when you began until now??

Matthew Sandager: I graduate school majored in photography in NYC.  I always shot everything that I can.

EFM: What is your typical day like?

MS: I do freelance.  So I work on multiple thing all the time, from editing casting, to location scouting and pre-production.

EFM: What gives you inspiration?

MS: Light, and finding it in amazing places.

EFM: What do you do in your spare time?

MS: I shoot fine art photographs and I love cooking.

EFM: Do you think that it's harder now to become a successful fashion photographer?

MS: It's harder to be any kind of photographer now that everyone has a camera in their phone.


 


 


 


EFM: What is your favorite camera to use?

MS: Canon EOS 5D Mark II

EFM: Describe your style as a photographer?

MS:  Naturalistic.

EFM: How important do you think it is to have an agent?

MS: That is up for debate.

EFM: What is the best thing you like about being a photographer?

MS: Getting paid to really look at things and make new images.

EFM: What  would you consider your most favorite photo-shoot?

MS: Anything on a beach or near water is always my favorite place to shoot.

EFM: What advice can you give to aspiring photographers?

MS: Always want to shoot everything.  Look for shots but try and edit in your head before blasting away.


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