A journalist by profession and photographer by passion, I have been officially part of the imaging industry for over 10 years, though the splinters of passion appeared about 30 years ago, when my uncle let me view through his Polaroid instant camera. During my official ‘stay’ in the industry, I had the good fortune of reviewing all photography equipment right from camera bags up to medium format D-SLRs. I would also consider myself lucky to have witnessed the last straws of fully mechanical film cameras and to have witnessed the transformation from mechanical to electronic, fully manual to fully automatic, film to digital, dark room to Creative Cloud.
Trailing Lights is my attempt to wriggle out of the limits of print media to bring about detailed reviews and features that address passionate imaging enthusiasts — both casual, amateur and professional.
How is Trailing Lights different from other technology blogs?
In Trailing Lights, the emphasis is always on the imaging capability of a device. Though you may find common devices being featured and reviewed, such as smartphones, laptops and monitors, the emphasis here is on the serious imaging capabilities of the device rather than other applications such as gaming and business. I assure you that the reviews on this site will always come with a ‘Not for Sale‘ tag, which, I presume, is the first step to being honest.
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