Photographer Nima Samiee - Bifocal perspective towards photography is unavoidable
Having a bifocal perspective towards your photography artwork is essential, says fashion photographer and influencer Nima Samiee.
Sometimes Ideation and prospect growth that happens in a project depend on a lot of dice rollouts, that will eventually give a fling to your endeavor. However, having a bifocal perspective towards your photography artwork is essential, says fashion photographer and influencer Nima Samiee.
Born in Italy and tugged by his passion in Milano, Photographer Nima Samiee has a spectacular command and experience of over 12 years in the glamour industry, He has changed the sphere of Fashion Photography. While Nima is busy with several multiple projects and endorsements he simultaneously manages to share his perspective and insiders with the audience that follows his work and with the budding aspirants.
This Milano-based Photog believes in curating content that has significance in the long run. In his recent interview at a Photowalk, he shares that whenever a photographer is Ideating for a project, it should certainly come from their creativity box yet should have a call of where would the content stand in the future and what would it teach the audience.
Over the decade that Nima has been adapting and growing he has observed that a bifocal perspective is a very crucial representation in your sphere of principles.
Samiee shares that "Being bifocal originally prevails that your content should have a short buildup effect as well as a towering imperial effect that leaves an everlasting impact on your audience so that they come back to your blog and the connection grows"
Nima Samiee wants to create a book of guidance that helps the budding stars and future photogs to reach their attainment.
While several photographers want to set and establish their platforms to engage other artists, Samiee wants to take real-time efforts to empower the future artist.
Lastly, Nima has inspired many artists to cultivate the principle of determination and have a bifocal plan for the future.
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