What sparked your love for photography?
I have always been an avid traveller. Even before I first picked a camera, travel was always my passion. During the course of my travels, I found that urban landscapes/cityscapes and architecture fascinated me deeply. From the beginning of my photography days, patterns, lines, geometry in architecture have always attracted me.
As a self-taught photographer, what were some of the biggest hurdles you faced when learning this art form?
I would not exactly say that I faced much hurdles during the learning process. Since it was a self-taught journey, I could learn and work as per my interest and pace, without much pressure. Also I was happy to develop my own individual style of images, which is very satisfying as an artist. Of course, at times, I took a bit longer to experiment, making errors and redoing images during processing, but it was a really fun process, and knowing that I did it on my own makes me feel even more happy.
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