My travel photography gallery starts with two of my favourite albums: San Francisco photo stories in snapshot style titled “Birds Always Land on their Shadows” I and II. With its astounding architecture, natural features and tsunamic evacuation route signs, San Francisco had everything to please my eyes. However, the photos are noisy and have poor resolution and dynamic range because I shot them with my first digital camera that was already outdated when I bought it, this is what happens when you choose your camera by the sound its shutter produces. It was my only digital camera for 8 years until it died, it had accompanied me throughout various travels in North America. In my subsequent travels to Cuba and India I used a new Fujifilm mirrorless camera, while my most recent travel to Nepal has been documented with a Sony A7 R lll. Nevertheless, despite its shortcomings, my first digital camera holds a special place in my heart as it enabled me to shoot freely, without concerning myself with technicalities.
The next albums that I will upload to this gallery will be “Red Hot Mama” and “Sunset Boulevard”, which were shot in Las Vegas and Los Angeles respectively.