Alvaro love's two main things from photography, the first one is the ability to communicate different kind of feelings and sensations through a photo. He believes that no matter what kind of photo is each one he takes comes with a feeling inside that carry on a special moment or a story. The second one is, that every photo it also represents a new challenge, it doesn't matter if is a new dish to photograph or a wedding near the sea o a pharmaceutical product. He considers every product and situation as a unique one, that needs to be understood and to learn from, to in that way provide an excellent result as he always does.
Alvaro has one special shot that he loves a lot and is one his first did it of food photography. The photo is a top image of the kitchen elements. what makes so especial that photo? Well, that was actually a non-planed one. That one just came out after a 10-hour session and it was meanwhile they were organizing and packing things before going. Another shot he remembers a lot was a session he did during a Joss Stone concert, what makes it so special was that opportunity came out just a few days after hi broke his arm. However, his willingness to take those photos to her leads him to achieve nice pictures and be published in a national diary.
Alvaro considers every place is a good one and unique one to perform his job. The city, for example, it brings all the mood to create very stylish pictures with a lot of elements that can add a very dynamic ambiance to the photos. However, other places such as beaches, bushes, deserts also come with their inner mood that creates certain atmospheres that add more 'drama and feelings' to the images. In regards to product and food photography, most of the time the place (restaurant - kitchen) always provide that unique scenario, filled with the magic and elements of the place. On the other hand, events and concerts are always held in different areas wich result in a mixture of elements that make the moment unique and special to photograph for.
Alvaro still kept his first camera as a reminder of how he started and how many adventures he and his old camera had for years before he began to become a professional in his area.