I shot this photograph about one year ago. Finally, I’m uploading it on my blog and gallery. The reason I took this long to upload it is because I didn’t work on it in one setting. I just took my time and work on it every once in a while. I replaced the background. Because it was black. Beside there were some objects in the scene that I’d to take care of. I tried in this attempt to show excitement, joy, enthusiasm, and energy in the musical theme I chose.
Hope you like it.
This is my new attempt in conceptual photography. Misery, it’s a word we hear , know that it carries a negative meaning, and see some of it’s effects on random faces in this life. But do we understand how sever and and extreme is this word when it comes to inner affection?!!. It’s an attempt of me to picture the situation where as if all catastrophes, calamities, and problems are plunging one’s soul into the depth of darkness of depression, into the depth meaning of misery where the real interpretation could be found. It’s just how I see it this way, ” my little philosophic interpretation of misery “. However, there is always a way out where we see the light …
“Extreme hopes are born from extreme misery.” Bertrand Russell
This photograph is so close to my heart. Because it conveys profound meanings. In addition, it’s my first silhouette attempt capture. I shot it about 3 years ago, and still one of my best shots!. Anyway, What does this photograph tell you?
Well, this is my first attempt to shoot a commercial photo. I’m satisfied with it and looking for more with different ideas. You know as a start I didn’t try to be so creative because all I wanted to learn in this workshop is how to use lights and distribute them around the product. I think the lighting is good. I hope you like this experience and for any suggestion and notification, plz don’t hesitate to tell. ^^
This is my first attempt to shoot a panorama. It was taken from the top of a moutain near my village at the sunset. I shot 8 captures for 4 direction. Each direction was captured in two different exposures. One for the sky. The other one for the mountain and the land below. I rendered it with HDR and used photoshop to combine the pictures. I used Nikon D80 and AF-S NIKKOR 18-135mm.
I hope you like it and there will be other captures soon.