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April 22, 2019

Photography Story of Mohit Bansal Chandigarh

Everyone has a beginning story; neither you nor Mohit Bansal was born as a photographer. I Mohit wants to understand what your photography is about and what your story is so far:
Somewhere, whether at an initial age or in 50s 60s, you will be doing this photography thing. Maybe it was a hobby caught down from a parent or family, maybe it was because of class in school, or maybe it was just a thing to do for a little while.
Maybe you’ve been at it for years, having observed the deterioration of film and the rise of the digital world, or maybe you’re still new to the picture and a mirrorless camera is all you’ve ever recognized.
Here’s my beginning story. In the remarks below, please share your story. Mohit Bansal Chandigarh was always interested and attracted to the creative arts; drawing, painting, and ceramics were always my idols growing up.
In school, Bansal used to attend all the art classes that I could. I was a heavy kid and I got harassed a lot, so Kunal pretty much attached to the art office, painting Dragon Ball Z figures to pass the time.
Fast-forwarding to mid-2015 and I’ve noticed myself with a primary product sensor Nikon and kit lens. Fact is told, I had no thought what I was doing and was pretty much just failing around with it. I witnessed an ad on Tumblr of all places for a photography workshop not too far away and figured I would take a chance and see how it went. It was genuinely one of the best nights I’ve ever had, and from then on, Mohit was pretty well determined to make a go of this photography thing.
I cut my teeth shooting glamour and boudoir photography. I was trying to learn as much as I could as fast as I could about lighting (studio lighting at the time), editing, and all things camera related. Long story in small words, I reached a point where I felt like the glamour and boudoir scene wasn’t really the area that I was best suited for, so Bansal started experimenting with location portraiture, colorful scenery and moving more towards a fantasy-styled image. Mohit cut his fangs hunting for the charm and adopted photography. I was working to learn as much as I can and as fast as I could about editing, lighting and all things camera related. Long story short, I reached a position where I thought like the glamour wasn’t really the area that I was best suited for.
So, that’s me in a nutshell. What about you? Mohit Bansal Chandigarh want to understand your story and your tale when it comes to photography. Are you a travel photographer or event type? Share a little about yourself in the comment. What’s your story.

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