This is a photo of the Lock & Dam in Columbus on a very windy day. I know the water looks calm here, but that's only because I did a longer exposure, 10 seconds to be exact, as you will see in the camera settings below. I've been playing around with this a little more lately and water on a windy day is a great time to practice. I thought this turned out pretty well. This was right as the sun was setting so the low light made a for a better long exposure.
I have sort of been involved with photography since college, but nowhere near the level that I have been involved in the last year. It was always something that I was interested in. I even took some classes in college, since I was an art major, and I have loved it ever since. However, I never really took the time or money to really get into it as other things took precedence over it in my life. Now with digital photography being easier than ever, I decided to really delve into it and just see what happens and Mississippi in HDR has been the result of that. And I am really excited to see where it will go from here. Help me out by sharing my page on social media, or just mention it to your friends.
Tomorrow I'll share a little about the equipment that I use. Also, I'll be driving through North Mississippi tomorrow, so I hope to get some photos in that area.