Baby steps: Photography adventures

Lately, I started my photography adventure with my basic DSLR camera on manual mode. Mind you, I had purchased this camera about five years back with a tonne load of enthusiasm and since then, it was tightly sitting inside my camera bag.

Covid lockdown gave me some time to explore my hobbies and that’s how I embarked on this journey. I had a camera but no clue of its settings and no knowledge around its technicalities. All I knew in this camera was to use Auto mode, I would dread using manual mode and if ever I used it, the picture quality with the poorly used setttings would irate me and within a few minutes I was pushed back to the beloved Auto mode.

Not anymore, I am continually learning different aspects of photography, some technicalities and it excites me more than I ever thought.

I’m happy to share a few photographs here and would love to hear your feedback.

White-throated Kingfisher perched on a dried up tree
Sunset from my balcony
A flock of spice finches (I counted 25) πŸ™‚
Magpie Robin

Hope you liked these. πŸ™‚

By ThePinkLensStories

A believe of the power of expression. From time to time, I would pen down my thoughts on this page on the ever evolving world around me. I would cover things, people and emotions that catch my eye. Sometime with words, sometimes with pictures.

Let's stay connected here and get to know one another's world! It's The Pink Lens Stories, from my perspective.

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16 replies on “Baby steps: Photography adventures”

Well-done soon you will step out of the baby steps. yes practice more and you will be happy with your photos. take one tip from me. i am never satisfied with a birds photo i take. and this is because i compare mine with the best photographers. it has paid off. thanks for sharing. keep posting more

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Love your birds! Keep practicing. It took me a long time to know my camera. I tend to shoot auto & aperture because I hand shoot 99% of the time. If I’m shooting with a tripod, I will shoot manual. I’m usually too into the moment around me to be in manual mode. It just depends on the subject as to the mode I shoot. Most important part is enjoying the ride. 😊

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