My photography journey began when I was young. I’ve always enjoyed taking photos even as a child. I didn't have anything sophisticated way back then - just your normal point-and-click film camera - one of those ones that you just slotted the film cassette into the back. The camera was bright pink. The frustrating thing about that camera was how long it took before I could find out what I managed to capture. Back then, it was just me taking photos of friends and family.
Many years later, I got my first digital point-and-click camera - a Fujii. A few years later, I advanced to more megapixels with either the Fuji Finepix or Nikon Coolpix digital cameras. Then in 2010, I got my hands on my very first DSLR: a Canon EOS Rebel T4i. That was the beginning of what I hope will be a long love affair with nature photography and macro photography. It wasn’t very long after I really started getting into macro photography that I began creating my own abstract art using high speed photography to freeze water droplets, or as I like to call it: “Liquid Art”.
I currently shoot with a variety of cameras, but they are all full-frame mirrorless cameras: the Sony A9, the Sony a7RIII, and the Canon EOS R. I hope you will join me on this journey of creativity.