Sergey Fett a photographer and visual artist who specializes in conceptual imagery and also photo manipulations. His work is inextricably linked to how I see the world, how I see myself in him.  

He feels the need to reach out for its soul, its depth, and its underlying beauty. Taking pictures is the way to see the ideal in the ordinary. In terms of visual representation, he strives to create calm images with a sense of rigor and order. His works intentionally rarely show a face, as he wants the viewer to imagine that there could be anyone behind the image in the painting. Different viewers will perceive his work differently, and this is what he finds most interesting and exciting about photography.


Work process:

Sergey Fett meticulous in my craft. 

He wants the viewer to feel that he is part of the scene. Light, scale, and perspective are the key parts in a realistic combination of images. Understanding both photography and post-production is very important to make everything happen well.  

 He always does everything by himself to fully control the end result. Idea, photography, and post-production are connected. The final image doesn’t get any better than the photos used to capture it. Just like photos don’t get stronger than ideas.   


Sergey Fett both a photographer and a retoucher. 

It allows him to create the most incredible stories. Understanding each step of post-processing gives him complete control over the entire process to ensure the highest quality images. 

He open to cooperation all over the world if you are interested in cooperation to feel free to contact him.

Selected Interviews:

First interview (2017)

Project Raw (2018)

• Odisea Cultural (2018)

Russian Photo (2019)

• Arte Madness (2020)

• Graine de Photographe (2021)

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