Photography

Equipment doesn't really matter

Photography

Photography Introtext

I started out with photography 10 years ago. A friends of mine got a DSLR for christmas. Holding it in my hands and realizing that i'd probably have to use the automatic mode to begin with and not one of these dozens of other buttons and their possibilities, was frustrating. So onto wikipedia and kept reading until i went full circle a few times. Ramped up my hours at the printing plant and few months later I got myself a SONY A100.

Since in my mind I didn't get around too much, I sold it years later. I feel like you need different scenes to keep it interesting. However, as it turns out, todays smartphones do just fine and basic photography principles still apply.

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Photography - India

These images are all shot in India (Bangalore, Mysore and Cochin). I primarily used a Sony A100 and A580 with Sigma 17-70 F2.8-4 and 70-200 F2.8. Although these are probably already outdated models, i can't recommend the latter one for filming. Kept quitting after 5 minutes due to overheating,...and no, weather was fine in India then :)

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Phone Photography

And surprisingly enough, todays phones totally hold up for decent photography. Wouldn't have thought that, when i visited a trade fair with an exhibition made just from phone photography way before i got into photography.

In some way i like the fixed focal length here. It makes you move around to change the composition of your shot.

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DSLR Photography

This is a collection of images i shot over the years since 2007. Most of them with a Sony A100.

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