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.
$ Cameras $ Canon R5 $ Canon R5 $ Nikon D850 $ DJI Mavic II Pro $ Sony RX100 VII $ GoPro Hero 9 Black $$ Lenses $ Canon RF 14 35MM F4 L IS $ Canon RF 24 70MM F2.8 L II $ Canon RF 100 500 MM F4.5-7.1 L IS USM $ Canon EF 100MM F2.8 Macro $ Canon MP-E 65MM F2.8 1-5x Macro $ Canon TS-E 17MM F/4 L Tilt-Shift $ Canon TS-E 24MM F/3.5 L Tilt-Shift $ Canon TS-E 45MM F/2.8 L Tilt-Shift $ Canon EF 15MM F/2.8 Fisheye $ Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 14-24MM F/2.8G ED $ Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 70-200MM F/4G ED VR $ Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 24/1.8G ED $ Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 28/1.8G $ Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 35/1.8G ED $ Sigma 50mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art for Nikon $ Nikon AF Micro-Nikkor 60mm f/2.8D $$ 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, $ Avisekh Mukherjee
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