An Innovative vision or thought. I really trust that it’s innovativeness that drags our attention to the picture. I’ve seen a large number of actually immaculate pictures that implied nothing to me, while now and then one picture with clamor and not that impeccable light stroke me, since it had one of a kind thought in it. Creativity, thought of the creator and one of a kind acknowledgment of this thought matters for me in the photography. I had no clue what I was getting myself into or where it would lead, however, the adventure has been luxuriously remunerating.
After a few hundred average photos I clicked, I realized that I need to learn the art. I tried to find some people who are teaching photography but I couldn’t find any. So I started reading articles online and watching different videos on YouTube and slowly started implementing them in my practice. At the same time, I also started observing other photographers’ work. Fortunately my mentor Mr. Yogendra Shah helped me learn wildlife photography whenever we used to be on field. Without him, it would have been a very difficult task to learn and get good photos of wildlife.
Capturing wildlife or high-speed is always very difficult. In wildlife, we have to wait for hours or days and it may happen in a fraction of a second which you don’t get to click. And same goes to high speed photography as it’s too complicated to capture expected picture.
I am extremely passionate about wildlife. And when it was combined with photography, there was no looking back. I am very patient and ardent wildlife photographer. I get extreme joy and peace in wildlife photography. It also taught me many things about nature and wildlife habitat.
Family and friends always encourage and appreciate my work. If necessary, they kick me and suggest the ways to improve. They always stood beside me.