Posted on June 23, 2020 at 3:07 am

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Aesana Bhuta: Skilled, creative fashion photographer

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Aesana Bhuta is no ordinary photographer. She has been taking unique photographs of people for years, while growing her career and portfolio. Here’s more about her and her exciting experiences.

1) Tell us your story. Where do you come from and what do you aspire to do with your career?

My story has been more of a roller coaster filled with experiences. I have been based in the city of dreams , Mumbai all my life.The propelling force to be promising in my work is an aspiration that has brought about a beautiful transition & makes the story lively.

2) What does your production process look like? How do you get models to photograph?

The production process for me has stages which involves pre-production, onset production & post production. The routine to get things right varies from one mood board to another. I brief the models about the mood of the series & capture shots that channel the concept & their creative input on a balanced level.

3) What is your favorite part about photography? What drew you to it?

The best part about photography is that it can actualize the vision about everything a photographer lays an eye on in a frame. I think overcoming the challenges every shoot brings in & learning something new from it whilst framing realism intrigues me on a deeper note.

4) How do you educate yourself to get better at photography?

I believe the more you play with it the more you learn. Additionally referencing inspirations whilst making mood boards & having an eye for intricate details acts as an augmentation to my knowledge & inspires me to work better.

5) If you had a chance to go back to when you began your career and do things differently, would you do it? Why or why not?

I would seldom prefer going back in time to work things differently.The reason that sums it up is the belief I hold in myself to make history thus curbing a  journey back in time.

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6) Among your works, which is your favorite?

One of my all time favorite works is a ‘Bad Girl’ series I worked on. It speaks of free spirit & strength to do what the heart desires.

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7) Whose work has influenced you the most?

To be frank I seek inspirations from all that surround me. I strongly believe everyone masters a specific genre & I am an admirer of that genre each artist possesses.

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8) Any advice for aspiring photographers?

I would just say that hard work, creativity, and self-belief are the key to becoming successful in any profession.

Aesana Bhuta

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