About

Greetings from India.
In the Year 2012, I developed interest in Photography and started learning from the various tutorials and tips available on the web. I also started joining the photo walks in our city to get more confidence and at the same time learn from the seniors.
At present I am using canon 500 D camera body with 18-135 mm and 70- 300 mm lens and ,Fuji x100s. Being a Doctor with constant work load from my profession ,I want to be an Amateur Photographer and spend time trying taking some good photos with philosophical thoughts in the background, whenever the time permits.
Thank you so much for going through.

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  1. Just to say hi and thank you very much for visiting and following my blog. Your own looks very interesting and shall look forward to revisiting soon. Great work my friend.
    Regards
    Bob

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  2. Hi Dr.V.Sridhar,
    Hope you enjoy your journey with your new hobby. Your experiences will bring you much happiness and joy, and as you learn from others you will wind up creating and having a photographic style of your own.
    Thank you for following my photography blog: http://throughharoldslens.com. I hope you enjoy your journey.
    To launch your travels, find a Country or find a Genre, “click” and jump aboard. Or, here’s a few “Quick Links” to some of my favorites, from over 400 photographic posts, on Through Harold’s Lens:
    “Shaken! Not Stirred”(Sweden)
    http://throughharoldslens.com/2013/09/13/shaken-not-stirred-european-tour/
    “Maiden Mild” (Poland)
 http://throughharoldslens.com/2013/06/12/maiden-mild-european-tour/
    “Where Spirits Soar” (Chile)
    http://throughharoldslens.com/2014/01/25/where-spirits-flow-musicians-of-our-world/
    On behalf of the entire Creative Team at Through Harold’s Lens, my trusty sidekicks, Mr. Mirrorless Sony, Mr. SLR Nikon, his brother Mr. Pen Pal and myself, we wish you fun and safe travels.

    Best,
    Harold
    https://www.facebook.com/haroldmetcalfgreensr

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  3. The beauty of retirement is the chance to start on a new phase of life. You have begun well with photography – it can be a lasting obsession. I have a slight advantage over you being 88 this year and having been interested in photography since a teenager. I should have become a master of the craft by now but have always put enjoyment of my hobby before technical attainment. The world is your oyster and photography is a veritable whale! Des.

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