Sorry it has been so long since I've updated my web page. A lot has happened since I did my last update. I think I may make this page a place to share my photography and videos and talk about how I took each photo. That way it will give my page a sense of direction. It will also motivate me to take more pictures!
Today I went to the Bronx Zoo to test out how bracketing works on my camera. Basically bracketing allows you to take a normal pictures, an underexposed pictures, and an overexposed picture all in a row. This allows you to either pick the picture that looks the best, or merge them together in the future like the HDR photo example that I posted a long time ago.
These HDR photos work best when there is a high contrast situation, such as a sunrise/sunset or a photo where the subjects are both indoors and outdoors. There are also a lot of nice nighttime cityscapes that work well in HDR. Here is an example of a picture I took today. It is a statue of a tiger with some flowers surrounding it.