It is an extreme pleasure to welcome a talented and versatile photographer, AJ Buruca, as my second Guest Photographer. (See my first guest: Marissa Carlson here) AJ can shoot and edit anything! He is an expert with light painting, macro, food, portrait, you name it. I love his cityscape and architectural images. He does a tasteful, professional job with his HDR images. Take a look for yourself and leave a comment with which images you like best! Please welcome, my friend, the incredible…
AJ Buruca – Website: www.ajburuca.com
It is an honor to be featured in Caryn Esplin’s blog. I have been able to learn a lot from her in her Digital Imaging and her new Professional Imaging courses at BYU-Idaho. I have done photography as a hobby for about two or three years now, but professionally since the start of the Professional Imaging course in September 2012.
I like to consider myself a multi-purpose photographer. I like to try out new things and share them with the world. Currently I have tried out macro, portrait, HDR, landscape, food and product, light painting and many other creative photography works. One of my favorite types of photography is cityscape. I was born and raised in Boston, where my passion for photography began.
At first I was terrified of using Photoshop, or any type of photo editing software. Now as an experienced photographer I use a lot of editing techniques for editing my photos. My current editing process consists of Lightroom 4, Photoshop CS6, Photomatix for HDR processing. My editing process tends to change a lot as I discover new formats of editing to improve my photos.
If you want to see more of my work, you can log on to my website at www.ajburuca.com