My journey to becoming an artist began in 2017, when I started photography after seeing my friend capture great pictures from his mobile phone.
I don’t remember how or when this interest became a hobby of mine.
For 2 years I enjoyed doing photography and consumed a lot of photography content which exponentially developed my passion for it.
I remember falling in love with the process of creating something with the smartphone camera.
I then, in the second week of school, emptied my bank account and bought photography gear.
Before I picked up a smartphone camera, I was very shy and timid. As I was shooting my way through the process and garnering a love for the art form, I started taking macros, I committed to sitting down every weekend for four hours to just photograph.
My growth moment is when I realized that the gear was not the thing that was holding me back from creating great work.
I devoted every hour of my free time to improve my Art. I did dozens of shoots, countless hours scouring the web for tutorials on lighting, etc, and everything photography-related, and then went out and applied the lessons.
I Stopped at Nothing.
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