Journey Thru The Lens

 

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Since when I was a teenager, I’ve always had passion for photography. During the mid 90’s, I dabbled into the hobby with a Minolta film SLR for a short while but I never got deep into it due to budget constrains. Fast forward to 2007 when digital SLR has finally come of age and I could afford it; I bought my first DSLR, a Nikon D80. Over time, my passion ran deeper and I  bought a few more lenses to further explore this wonderful hobby. After trying out a few types of photography, I found my current passion for nature macro pictures. I plan to improve my skills in other types of photography as well in the future, and hope to learn more about portraiture, flash, street, night and landscape photography.

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Past Photos…

Here are some of my nature photos taken with my previous camera, the Nikon D80…

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12 thoughts on “Journey Thru The Lens

  1. nice macro stuff!!!!..photography was my life since I was a young boy, and was a music photographer in London from 74 to 2000. unfortunately, I became partially blind due to illness, and totally blind in my photoeye for over five years..though the eye has been fixed and I can see again, it is not the same. Love your passion for your work and keep well, hope you have many exhibitions, and become a success…it is a most exciting enviroment, the times I had are timeless…keep well …jimmy

    1. Thanks Jimmy for your kind comments. I am still a novice photographer and thanks to the digital era, I am able to improve my picture taking skills. There is still so much to learn and I hope to find time to do that in the near future. Cheers and have a great weekend.

  2. Bro, I love the macro stuff. Keep it up bro and you are going to make one hell of a photographer in the near future.

  3. great shots bro! keep that passion burning, you have the eye that most photographers yearn for. in my experience as a professional, there’s nothing more intimidating than a shooter with an eye for photography versus one that packs a heavy gear! all the best.

    1. Thanks a lot for your comment and encouragement Kenny bro. I am truly humbled to get positive words from a pro like you. I have still so much to learn about photography and hope to achieve it in this lifetime. I really admire your work too and do keep on shooting those great pics! Cheers!

  4. Great stuff, Ray. I’m also a novice and still attending workshops @ Canon Academy.
    Love your macro shots – good detail. We must catch up and sink a few cold ones.
    It’s been far too long 🙂

    1. Thanks Dave. I’m still learning too. I get my inspiration from the web and also from books and mags. Yes we must catch up soon. Take care my friend. Have a good weekend.

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