Many friends have asked me why Architecture, Interior and Urban Landscape instead of Portrait Photography? Simple answer, these objects are non living and you cannot move them to suit your composition, hence, it's more challenging.
As Einstein likes to chase after lights, so does photographers because exposure is one of the pillar of photography. Since picking up my first system camera, I have defined my own style of Architecture, Interior and Urban Landscape photography, I go by the keyword, "Clean", a clean composition give better focus to whatever you are trying to present in your photo.
Just only a few months after I picked up photography, a photo being used as a monthly online journal magazine’s cover. Shortly after that, a holiday scenery printed photo book was requested by the printing publisher to be used in their store as a showcase to potential customer. A year later, 2 of my photos were used illegally on a commercial website, not exactly an achievement but if someone is willing to risk stealing your photos, that tells a lot on the quality of the photos.
Introduced to the world of modern photography, I can actually be quite traditional in a certain way. Through use of filters, I believe the tough part about photography is not what you can do after the shot but how to get it right the first time.
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