How did you start in photography?
It all began with a simple point and shoot camera, wanting to do more.For years, I have used the family's film camera even the old shoulder-mount videocamcorders. I was happy with my very first camera, even with my cameraphone, but later knew that there are some limitations that triggered my needs to do better.As I grew up, I knew that the camera is not smart enough to do the right thing. I consider learning as an evolving process so then I bought my first digital slr giving me vast control over photography process while using it as a tool to capture every single moment from family snapshots, events, and travel.
What have you done in the past?
After I graduated in my home country, I traveled and worked to Middle East for years, before migrating to Canada. I had directed and produced music videos for clients and friends. Also had a chance to conduct seminars and teach photography in a class and actively joining photowalks and shoots.
Starting from details to wide shots, I normally use natural light, and use flashes whenever required and in a non distractive way.I wait events to unfold, instead of directing, and shoot in unusual angle and perspective where our eyes don't normally see. Let there be motion and emotions!
Aside from photography, what do you do most?
As a performer and musician too, music and photography have always worked in perfect harmony.
What's keeping you busy right now?
Currently developing my site to its fullest and I'm working as a camera specialist/instructor in a company