Welcome to my HDR photography blog
Mostly it’s just about the photos, and less about the words :). I try to add a new post every single day, and for the last 5 (now it’s almost 6 ) years I didn’t miss a single day. I try to add a lot of different stuff, guides, articles, tutorials, reviews and similar. You can find the complete list of them under Guides and under Reviews. I also add a new process post every Monday, where I show how I edited one of my recent photos.
Also please excuse any grammatical errors on this page. I’m not a native English speaker, and I never found out why people are so obsessed with grammar (and I make more errors in my own language :) )
If you want to contact me for any reason, please use my address firstname.lastname@example.org.
A little info about me:
My name is Miroslav Petrasko, and I currently live in Bratislava, Slovakia. I studied Informatics and worked as a game designer. I started with photography about five years ago and directly with HDR. Before that I did a lot of abstract art in Photoshop, so the HDR style was really interesting to me.
I also did a small interview recently for a blog The European quartet, and that can be found here on the European Quartered blog
Or to see which games I worked on check here my Moby games profile (not much yet, but will get better )
Where to find me and my photos:
There are so many social networks out there and here are links to my accounts on them.
I’m most active on Facebook, so there you can find me the most time :)
The best (and prettiest) way to view my photos is on my smugmug portfolio here hdrshooter.net
blogs of 2012 and best HDR photography blog of 2013 by PhotographyBlogAwards :)
Behind the scenes
And to finish this page, here are few behind the scenes shots, where you can also see me :)
With Marek Kijevsky in Dubai. (photos taken by Júlia Kijevská)
With Beboy and Edward Adios on the Eiffel tower and with Antonio Gaudencio at the La Defense Business center. (photos taken by Beboy)
With Elia Locardy in Prague (photo taken by Naomi Locardi) and while taking photos at the Neusidlersee lighthouse (photo taken by Rastislav Bútora)