“It’s not the camera, it’s the photographer” – seems to be very true in my life. I started with a point and shoot camera which took my photographs in many exhibitions almost 8 years ago. When I went to my first exhibition I was ashamed to take my camera out of the bag my camera in front of the professional photographers.


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From that point I always wanted to own a DSLR. I bought my first DSLR on the year I got married. I took average photos with that. Then I upgraded to a more expensive camera hoping to get better. And guess what, I am just too busy to take it out of the closet. I don’t know if I am ever going to be that girl again who once showed the world, “your camera doesn’t matter, it’s you that matters”.