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Making the most of what you have

August 23, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

 

From an amateur, to a hobbyist, and now aspiring to be a professional photographer, from full automatic, to semi-automatic, to manual mode, everything seems to happen in just a blink of the shutter.

Wasn’t really into photography but loves to have photos taken together with family and friends ever since. In 2009, handled a Nikon D90 for the first time, when a close friend gave it as a gift. Struggled for a good amount of time on how the camera worked and has always been on auto mode.

Left the management position in the corporate world to the big C on January 2012, and experienced a month of boredom in life so decided to attend a five-day basic photography workshop. Found great friends who share the same interest in Photography and Travel and was inspired to travel non-stop in different local and international travel destinations.

Started to pursue advanced photography and attended a couple of specialization workshops. Having little issues with the big C didn’t serve as a hindrance for the growing career, hence, was even pushed to have better relationships with the new friends.

Joined a camera club but was disappointed with the first choice, but now, is very happy to be committed in NPC where learning and deeper relationships with officers and members continue to happen.

Article written by:  CJC


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