Ever since I can remember, I've always been fascinated by images. And through the years of owning various cameras, I've always relied on the camera's automatic settings to decide the aperture, ISO and shutter speed. In 2004, I bought my first digital camera with a Leica lens and I was amazed by its sharp images and low light capability. I still have that camera and I'd probably keep it just because it's built like a tank. Then in June of 2011, I bought an entry level DSLR to learn how to shoot in Manual mode. And since then, my love for photography has gone the next level. I'm a self-taught hobbyist photographer and 99% of the time, I shoot in full manual mode. I also know that a more expensive camera doesn't necessarily translate to a better photograph. In most cases, stunning photos are a product of the skill level of the photographer. I must admit that I have a lot to learn and my goal is to make stunning photos.
My preference is shooting landscapes, seascapes and wildlife, although I don't get to do that often. Thanks for stopping by to view my photos. Constructive criticism is well appreciated as I want to keep on improving on my craft.