Letta Sed's fine art photography is often a reflection of her emotions, the condition she experiences at a given time, her inner world, or her view of the world.
Letta Sed received M.Sc from the Chemistry Department at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland.
She is also a graduate of the Warsaw School of Photography and Graphic Design in Warsaw, Poland (2015), where she studied Photography. These studies gave her the opportunity to express herself through both fine art photography and visual art, as well as helped her develop herself in reportage and documentary photography
On the one hand in her fine art photography she is influenced by the works of Zdzislaw Beksinski and Mark Rothko, on the other hand, Sebastiao Salgado's work inspired and encouraged her to take photography of people in their natural environment: in the place of their work and life.
In her fine art photography, she uses the techniques of digital collage, handmade collage, experimental techniques and new media. Letta is also interested in abstraction, which is often for her an inspiration to create new pictures.
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