My First Experiment with HDR Photography!

I am always interested in things which are artistic, innovative, and productive. Photography is an art form which has all these qualities. With it, I can use my own skills and approaches to take images; I get the freedom of what and how to do things; and finally, when I am done I get a tangible output like the one I'm showing below. That's why I am keenly interested in photography and I love it very much!

HDR Image of Sunset

I had considered camera as an important part while buying a mobile phone last year. It was a simple mobile with 2MP camera and I thought it was great but the wave of technology had already made that totally irrelevant even before I bought it. However, the good part of photography is that good devices aren't always necessary to take good photos. You should have good knowledge and skills which are its prime requirements and for this you have to learn either through reading or through experience, but a combination of both is the best strategy I think.

Obviously, it hasn't been a long time since I started taking photography seriously and I am proud to be a beginner. I learnt that photography is an important art, from my 3 months journey of Google Plus, and as a blogger and an art loving person I figured out that I should learn photography seriously. And in the time that followed, I learnt about HDR (High Dynamic Range) Photography from Trey Ratcliff. (If you are on Google Plus, I recommend you to follow him.) I used to love his exciting photos he posted there. So, to learn more about his photography techniques I read his HDR tutorial and researched quite a lot on the internet. And now, I managed to create just a single good HDR processed photograph as my first work. I am motivated with this success and I will be doing more in the days to come.

Please provide me feedback about whether you like this or not in the comments section below. Since I am a beginner I will appreciate your suggestions a lot. Thank you in advance.

3 comments:

  1. GOOD GOIN' DUDE.. I LIKE YOUR WORKS, AND THE WAY U DELIVER IT !
    THUMPS UP FOR ALL THOSE EFFORTS OF URS!

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  2. Thank you Sandesh!

    It's all because of you guys motivation that I become capable to accomplish so much things.

    Thank you for being so supportive to me. :)

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  3. Learning about HDR photography and Photography in general has made me able to publish my arts easily. I have never expected that I would be able to publish my arts so soon in the way I have done currently! Much of the credit goes to Photography and Photoshop which helped me remove distractions and add optimum light to the arts I post here in this blog. These days my arts are significantly more attractive and real than those of my first attempts.

    Your comments were inspiring me to do more but I didn't have good skills to present them well back then. I guess that I have acquired those skills now.

    Thank you for your continuous feedback and support.

    Thank you so much.

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