To new beginnings!

So there it is. I have finally disciplined myself to stop procrastinating and get on with starting my wildlife photography blog.  Over the past many months, I have had so many people ask me about my approach to wildlife photography, the equipment that I use, and about various post-processing techniques that I apply to produce my work. That's when I realized that if I am to one day live my dream of doing wildlife photography full time, then I must work with the people who follow my work and interact with them on a regular basis, sharing knowledge and inspiring conservation of wildlife and their habitats. 

Social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram have greatly enabled me to interact, share and learn from the community, but I think that I really should have a place where I can keep all my thoughts nicely organized and archived, so that not only myself but also other photography lovers can use it as a valuable resource. This might just be the place to do that. I will try my best and be disciplined about keeping this blog active and interesting :)

Here's to new beginnings!

 An Anna's hummingbird stretching out its wings. Camera : Nikon D500 Lens : Sigma 150-600 c Focal Length : 600 mm Aperture : f/6.3 Exposure : 1/1250 sec ISO : 640

An Anna's hummingbird stretching out its wings.
Camera : Nikon D500
Lens : Sigma 150-600 c
Focal Length : 600 mm
Aperture : f/6.3
Exposure : 1/1250 sec
ISO : 640