I'm Sascha Fock, born 1972 in Zweibrücken (Germany) and still living close to my birth place.
Already in the early stages of infancy I came into contact with photography.
I was 7 or 8 years old when my grandparents gave me my first camera. Till this time photography is part of my life.
In the 90s I gained experiences with analogue photography with SLR cameras from Minolta.
In the course of time there followed a transition to digital photography and a power system change to Nikon. Since that time I photograph with professional equipment from Nikon.
Initially I associated my hobby for dogs with the photographic. Since that time a lot of my dogphotos were published in books, magazines, service catalogues and other print- and online media. My knowledge is given to others in dog-photo-workshops at regular intervals.
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In spring 2011 FotoTV (www.fototv.de) filmed a movie with me about "action-orientated photography with dogs".
Some years ago I looked out for a new challenge and came to people- and studio photography.
My repertoire in studio ranges from children- and animal- up to
people-photography. I provide a range of portrait, fashion, erotic up to nude photography.
Humans are multifaceted in facial expressions and gestures and non-verbal communication - a fascinating area for photographic projects and ideas.