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Photography is usually seen as a hobby more than a discipline, and perhaps the primary reason behind this is because its a highly flexible skill to practice. It doesn't matter if you do it for money or pleasure as long as you do it passionately.
I remember when I took up photography – it was in 2009 and I had a yearning for something creative in my life. I was studying Management (which I finished) but something was ticking in me, I needed to create something…anything.
I tried drawing, I sucked; I also tried making music, but it wasn't quite my thing. Finally, I started writing, and I found great relief, but I still needed to make something more visual than mere words on a page. I stumbled into photography, and now I have given my life to it.
I don't consider myself as a professional photographer since I make only a small part of my overall income from taking photographs. I'm more of a professional photography related writer, and I must say, photography is my great passion in life.
Today I want to share with you my very own and personal thoughts about the great things photography has given me after taking it up in a serious way.