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Photography by Fares Micue

Fares Micue is a self-taught fine art portrait photographer. She started photography as a hobby when she discovered Flickr back in 2009, little by little that hobby started to take more and more of her time until she realizes almost 6 years later that what has started as just an entertainment was now her biggest passion. As a self-portrait photographer, she uses her own perception to create stories based on human natural feelings like fear, love, desire or desperation. She uses a simple and clear aesthetic with a simplified color pallet and avoiding busy backgrounds and recently she has discovered a whole new world in black and white photography. She is currently based in Spain. Her Instagram.

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