Husini Bakar - I am who I am
Since you don't have a tagboard I thought I'd comment here. It's good to see Bruneians increasingly taking an interesting in photography and experimental techniques, and although I agree without a doubt that HDR is great, it does have its appropriate uses. You have some great HDRs, but they are sometimes overshadowed by others either because some look slightly washed out, or simply because there are so many.I am in no place to say what is or what is not appropriate, but what I am saying is to ensure each work is truly given artistic thought, and not simply done for the sake of using HDR. I can't help but sometimes feel that it somewhat degrades the art form, as it creates a "mass-produced" connotation. I may be guilty of this in the past myself, but I wish to only share this in attempt to preserve the beauty of HDR.
Anonymous, comments appreciated and noted but i still have more HDR to come until I feel I no longer have the crave for it. But I'll try to upload them in small doses so that i can still preserve the beauty of the way I have made it into an art form. Thanks.
(Sorry to say this but...) Thank you for real pictures again :-) I think you take fantastic pictures no need to modify punya.BTW, what is that first picture? Curious lah...
Thanks Jewelle. Will post a lot more normal photos after this especially our Kg Ayer outing. It was both fun and educational trip. BTW, the first photo is a fruit. I don't actually know the name but my folks called it buah burut. Used to see a lot of them along Jln Tengah.
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