What my photos teach me

I am an amateur photographer, or so I call myself. In fact, I don’t even know if I am fit to call myself that. I never use the Manual mode, which other photographers boast about using. I hardly know how to put ISO, aperture or shutter speed to work. I do not use tripods, lens filters, external flash, lighting equipment, lenses as long as machine guns or other expensive gizmos which seem to compliment a photographers personality.

I love taking pictures and thats about it. As mankind evolved I had the good fortune of using some good cameras and even good editing softwares. People started appreciating my photos and I started clicking more, and got more appreciation and I clicked even more. I guess I keep getting better with each shot I take.

Some of my personal favourites below. Have included a line with what each one teaches me. Now you have something more to love me for.  🙂

Life's a long journey, sometimes you break and it is rough. Eventually it is for good.

Life’s a long journey, sometimes you break and it is rough. Eventually it is for good.

 

Feel the air around you. Be into breezes!

Feel the air around you. Be into breezes!

 

Someone's missing you somewhere, call them.

Someone’s missing you somewhere, call them.

 

Stop and take a closer look, you might be missing something beautiful.

Stop and take a closer look, you might be missing something beautiful.

 

In becoming a a lovely rose, the bud makes its way through many a thorn.

In becoming a a lovely rose, the bud makes its way through many a thorn.