How did you find your passion for photography
I'll start and I'll try to make it short:
I got a big zoom P&S camera 7 years ago as a college graduation gift. Liked it, never went further than auto mode. Bought a Sony Nex-3 (their first mirrorless) 5 years ago. Liked it, never went past aperture priority because is was extremely tedious to use manual mode and I was too lazy to do so. Until the beginning of last year, I was taking pictures mostly for keeping memories of events and stuff. It was more like something I had to do, not something I enjoy very much doing. It was a bit enjoyable for sure, just nothing passionate. And last Q1 of 2015, I got the Nikon D610. Started watching tutorials on youtube, learning to use it at it's full potential, and got used to manual mode really quickly thanks to all the physical dials vs my old Nex-3. And ever since then, I felt in love with photography because now, I know and understand the technicality, challenge and creativity behind each photos. It's more than just a click.
I'm also really passionate of post processing and I'm hoping to get even better by improving my illustration skill.
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