I was actually interested in photography from a very early age – around 10. I remember seeing film cameras in catalogues and wanted to own one. I was actually enrolled in photography class in grade 10 in high school and I did not do very well. I finished with a failed mark – I struggled to grasp an understanding of all the technical aspects.
It wasn’t until I was 18 (2002) I realized I had an emotional connection in how beautiful everything around me looked. That interest was attributed to my first pair of prescription glasses. I was ignorant of the fact that I was walking around the world short-sighted with things more than 2 meters started becoming blurry.
My first serious investment of photography set me back around AU$4000 at the time, It was a Canon EOS 30D with a 24-105 F4 IS Lens and accessories. Today, that lens is still used, everything else has aged gracefully (my 30D is my model in a display cabinet just there to look cool).
Fast forward two decades of photography, I still love it more than ever. During the time I dabbed with a variety of genres. I’ve done portraiture, news, sports, weddings and real estate. I have also had the pleasure to mentor and teach people photography.
Today, Location photography is my #1 area. Location photograph is travel, cityscape, landscape images of a given location. I was inspired by photographers such as Elia Lorcadi (Photographing the World) and Art Wolfe back in 2016.
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