My Interest in Photography Timeline

Shot taken in October 2. 🙂

I really had an interest in photography. Being the artistic person that I am, I usually envy those people who have digital cameras… not until I have my first one in 2005. Yes, I really fell in love in photography and I started to transfer photos in computer. HAHA, yes I’m really a techie… and my dream as a computer scientist started… there.

What is really my interest? The arts, or technology? It was only then I realized that photography is really my passion, despite having a course that belongs to the general Liberal Arts, not in the Fine Arts, that is.

My interest in photography was only evident when I came to college. I wasn’t the type of person who would be obsessed with specific type of technology, but there is something in photography that I wanted best, and that is all about… being a passionate one, someone who gets noticed.

It all became true in… I receive the appreciation that I truly deserve.

I was really very happy as I post more photos in my other Tumblr account (you can find it there… Molybdenum Studios Everywhere), just so you know that most people reblog and like interesting photos. Right now, I am using RAW format just to edit my photos. Indeed, the discipline is still there although I use RAW. It’s simply because I want to make my pictures “vintaged.” The vintage effect in that photo brings a new type of emotion that you’ll feel… and that was those destinations years ago… even before you went to high school, that is. There’s something in vintage photos that… I dunno.


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Posted on October 4, 2011, in Department of Liberal Arts, Digital Cameras, Digital SLR Cameras, Everything Technological, Fine Arts, Opinion, Photography and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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