A few words of encouragement for our readers, please.
Photography is not only a wonderful hobby but an incredibly creative place ‘picture perfect’.
What do you prefer – travelling alone or with a group – for nature/ landscape photography?
I always prefer travelling along with a group. Sometimes with a group of photographers, and sometimes with my family. It is more of a personal choice than professional.
What, according to you, are the most important qualities that a landscape photographer must possess?
To become a better landscape photographer, one must be fond of travelling. It gives him an opportunity to witness some of the most exotic places to photograph. One must train his eyes to visualise the perfect frame, along with good sense of judgement, concentration and alertness. Learning lessons pertaining to pictorial laws of photography and image processing during the initial days will prove to be extremely beneficial.
What are your views on image processing? Would you consider a ‘limit’, or, since photography is an ‘art form’, would you say ‘sky’s the limit’?
Yes of course, ‘sky is the limit’ for photography. And the same holds true in case of image processing. However, I would dare to take it a profession. You can achieve
limitlessly if you set your mind to it. With sincerity and dedication you can achieve the shots that you desire. Have faith, hold your camera with a hope that everything shall ‘click’ right for you. So, ‘Get… Set… Go!!!’ |SP