Sina Arbabzadeh is a documentary photographer based in Sydney. He also practices Fine art, and candid photography.
He started photography in 2005 as he fell in love with this medium and specifically landscape photography. He took various photography courses in film photography in Iranian Artist Forum in his hometown Isfahan and at the same time he started his adventurous journeys in the diverse nature of Iran-where he was born and raised. At the time, he took photographs mostly from mountain climbing expeditions and nature discovery trips.
Once he explored more nationwide and travelled to other countries with his camera, He became more and more interested in people, cultures and current affairs locally and worldwide. He moved to Australia in 2011 and have had an opportunity to live in vast natural beauty and among people of diverse cultures to feed more his twin passions travelling and photography.
He has been constantly self-studied photography history and various photography schools in the world. His works influenced by legendary surrealist photographer André Kertész.
Having developed his photography skills in documentary, candid and fine arts, He strives to create a vision in his photographs as unique and to express his style which he believes is correlated by three words: time, location and concept.
I gradually add more galleries to my website and hope you enjoy them. Limited versions of my photographs are available for purchase in the format of fine art prints and also for licencing. I’d love to work with people and organisations or freelance photography assignments. For enquiries please see Contact page.
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