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Sushma Mishra: Wildlife and nature photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Sushma Mishra. Sushma is a photographer based in India and enjoys capturing nature, wildlife and the scenes near her home. Haven’t joined the Photofocus Community yet? Sign up for free today! How did you get started in photography? “For a long time, I have been traveling and organizing trips and expeditions for
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Sushma Mishra: Wildlife and nature photographer

This week we’re getting to know community member, Sushma Mishra. Sushma is a photographer based in India and enjoys capturing nature, wildlife and the scenes near her home. Haven’t joined the Photofocus Community yet? Sign up for free today! How did you get started in photography? “For a long time, I have been traveling and organizing trips and expeditions for
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News flash: Camera sensors do not determine your skill level

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