Firstly I would like to thank you for visiting my work. I really appreciate that.
My passion of beautiful photographs was there for a long time.
I still remember downloading loads of fantastic professional looking photographs from webshots when I was in college.
The time got lost with work and study. After few years I moved to Switzerland and the first couple of years passed in a flash and I kept working.
Finally I have managed to get some break and start travelling around.
I remember using my small Canon S5 IS camera in my first visit to Rome and Paris.
The output was not as good as I wanted them to be.
I did some more research and found that it is impossible to get what I am looking for with that camera.
So I got my first DSLR a second hand Canon EOS 5D in 2008. As everybody could understand; that the start was not easy.
I remember taking very nasty pictures on my first few tries.
So the study and research continues.
Soon I understood that taking pictures became easy with digital photography; but capturing a masterpiece still remained complicated.
I think I have got a very good tip from somewhere saying that the best way to develop your photography is by looking at good photographs and analyzing them.
I always enjoyed watching great photographs.
So time passed and my skills improved and now I think I am in a situation to share some of my work with you all.
I always believe that photography is a never-ending quest of improvement.
Many great photographers have expressed the same in different ways. The more you practice the more you improve.
When I check some of my old work, I could understand that very well.
I am mainly interested in architecture and nature photography.
I like to see good portraits as well, but my portrait photography is more limited to my family photographs.
I use mainly Canon equipments. However, recently I have purchased some Nikon equipment as well for some special situations.
Recently I found situations where Canon (specially the 5DSR) and Nikon works differently and have advantages over each other.
Don't take this as a fact that Canon is better than Nikon or others or the other way around.
I have started using Canon and I am familiar with it and that is the only reason I am more comfortable with Canon cameras.
In general, most of the decent digital cameras are capable of producing more or less the same kind of results on a given price range.
Canon EF 16 35MM F4 L IS
Canon EF 24 70MM F2.8 L II
Canon EF 70 200MM F2.8 L IS II
Canon EF 100MM F2.8 Macro
Canon MP-E 65MM F2.8 1-5x Macro
Canon TS-E 17MM F/4 L Tilt-Shift
Canon TS-E 24MM F/3.5 L Tilt-Shift
Canon TS-E 45MM F/2.8 L Tilt-Shift
Canon EF 15MM F/2.8 Fisheye
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 14-24MM F/2.8G ED
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 16-35MM F/4G ED VR
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24-70MM F/2.8G ED
Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200MM F/4G ED VR
Novoflex EOS/NIK NT adapter on Canon
I also use Singh Ray and Lee graduated and reverse graduated filters, few BW UV filters and polarizers and a Heliopan Circular Polarizer.
Additionally I have few camera bags, couple of Manfrotto and Really Right Stuff tripods, Really Right Stuff panoramic setup and few memory cards, cable releases etc.
Thanks again for your time.
Cheers and Regards,