I have been playing around with some of the acoustic guitar making pictures that I have, and decided to create a whole series of high dynamic range guitar making pictures. These showcase the same great guitar making tips and tricks, but they are shown in a totally different light.
Taking Great Woodworking Pictures
The look is amazing, and they make acoustic guitar making even more interesting and beautiful than it already is.
Each of the posts comes with a great little tip on making guitars, and explains the part of the process that you see in the picture. I love taking pictures, and I especially love taking pictures of things that I make.
I have also started sharing more on Instagram, and you can find me by looking for Westfarthing Woodworks.
High Dynamic Range
This is one of my favorites. This is a picture of the braces being carved, and it shows the detail in the wood as well as the detail in the shavings on the bench.
Seeing this picture instantly takes me back to carving this top, which was an all Mahogany guitar that I did for a customer a while ago. It came out really nice, and he was very happy with the build.
HDR and my Social Media Postings
I plan on continuing this high dynamic range acoustic guitar making series of posts and Pinterest pins for a while.
I have been linking them back to my page on Acoustic Guitar Making for Beginners, simply because I don’t really have a direct article for each set of pictures.
It’s a nice way to get to know what I do, and see what I have to offer to new guitar makers. I also get to share a lot of great free guitar making tips, which I greatly enjoy doing.
If you have any questions on my High Dynamic Range Guitar Making project, please leave a comment and I will be glad to answer them. Also, please share my work with your friends on Pinterest! Happy building.
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