PHOTOGRAPHER ANDRES MOCA
Photographer Andres Moca is one of our greatest photographers from Mérida in Spain, well-known for his fashion photography. Since ZLCOPENHAGEN started to collaborate with Andres, we received great artwork from him, again and again with breathtaking, stunning photos. Simply beautifully created by his team of models and stylists. Andres is one of the most talented photographers we have ever met over time and has an incredible eye for small details. We are very pleased to work with him and for being a part of our ZLC team. Here comes a little interview with him. Please enjoy.
1. How or why did you get into male physique photography?
I always liked fashion photography in general. But it is true that I always declared myself a lover of male photography. I think that a body stripped of man makes me transmit more in my photographs.
2. What makes a good physique model?
A good male model is one who has a good physical body, a good face, and who also has a good attitude.
3. What gear do you usually use for a shoot?
I use Canon brand cameras, telephoto lenses, and wide-angle. The most important part for me is good lighting equipment. Flashes and accessories for the flashes are fundamental and basic in my photographs.
4. What has been the most interesting experience to happen during a shoot?
I don’t remember an experience more than another. Every session is a great experience for me while I enjoy every result that I’ll get in every photo.
5. It’s hard to ask a photographer which one photograph is his favourite, so which three are your favourite male physique photos that you’ve taken and why?
As you say, it is difficult to ask and it is difficult to answer. Throughout so many years I have many photographs of mine that I am in love with, but if you want to highlight a photo; It would be the one I have made to the Brais Bugarin model with Egyptian styling. I love that one. The models that have passed in front of my camera that have the better physique for me are Alejandro Cifo, Brais Bugarin, and Manuel Hoyas.