Sandro Fabris

Landscapes & industrial culture 
Writer & teacher in the field of photography

At the age of thirtysomething I discovered photography late. Changing life circumstances led to the moment in 2016, when I bought my first credible camera. 
At that time I also started hiking and staying outside a lot.
What started as a hobby quickly became my passion. Today I'm an outdoor enthusiast and I pursue a wide range of activities in the field of photography. I shoot the grand landscapes, small scenes and industrial culture.
A thing that has always been appealing to me was teaching people and share knowledge. Therefore I perceived it as a real stroke of luck when I was given the opportunity to do workshops in the field and write editorial workshops for a national photography magazine


I am a father of 2 and in fact they have been and will forever be my most favourite motives to photograph. If only they would have enjoyed being photographed equally :-).   
I'm looking forward to the rare occasions where they pick up a camera themselves to join me and I hope there will be many more opportunities to come. 
I make my living with my main job as a Content-Marketing & PR manager in consumer electronics. Training people in an international environment and being in front of cameras and microphones professionally and regularly play a big role in my ability of presenting and teaching photography.

Actually the path to photography has been laid early. My father was a quality manager at Tokina for many years and of course he had an enviable analogue photography equipment. 
Still, it took me more then 30 years to fully fall in love with photography and to suffer from G.A.S. (fellow photographers know what that means).

When it comes to choosing a location I tend to revisit the two places I love the most. The west-coast of Denmark and the Dolomites.
And here complies my paternal origin. My family comes from a region in Italy called Friaul. It’s the south-east part of the Dolomites.  Our home village lies right in the middle of a nature reserve and is surrounded by mountains and woods. It has been the base-camp for many of my trips through the Dolomites and it hopefully will be for many more years to come.

Artistravel

Auf Wanderwegen zur Fotografie 

Sandro Fabris, der 2022 das erste Mal bei uns im Fotokurs-Programm war, wird auch 2023 wieder dabei sein – und dieser Artikel ist für alle, die ihn noch nicht kennen. Wir haben ihn darum gebeten, einmal grob zu umreißen, was ihn als Fotografen eigentlich ausmacht. Seine “grob umrissene” Antwort ließ sich so Fotografie-Begeisterungs-ansteckend lesen, dass wir Euch das nicht vorenthalten wollen. Lest und lernt Sandro Fabris kennen 

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... It took a while to realize that photography would lead me to places I had never been before. But after that, I would find myself outside whenever I could... ( Sandro Fabris / @cimolian_
Photographer and outdoor enthusiast based in Germany) 

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