This is my second favourite long exposure photo I took yesterday when experimenting. I usually don’t take these kinds of pictures during daytime but longer exposure makes it a bit more interesting, I guess.
I’ve admired long exposure pictures ever since I’ve seen the first one:). I did not have the right tools up until now to try it so I was stuck with the maximum of thirty seconds. I finally got some ND filters and went out to try it out. My goal was just to test the equipment and figure out the right technique. I visited two of my favourite places here in Prague and I failed so many times I should’t even write about it:). Nevertheless, I also managed to get some decent shots, this one is the winner of the day.
In case you were interested (not that it matters), I shot this with a 4-stop ND-filter and for the sky I used 2-stop soft graduated filter. The exposure time for this one was six minutes. And by the way, this time the HDR part was in camera, not in post-processing;).
Here I have another photo I took during the sunrise I watched from Prague Castle.
The spring is slowly making its way into our lives once again. I went on a short walk yesterday and you could see the nature waking up but not these trees. They are not ready yet:).
I’ve discovered an interesting photo from Bruges. I took this a while ago and it was sitting in my catalog untouched.
One of the most visited places here in Prague is the Old Town Square. Here are the towers you can see from far away.Read More
Several weeks ago when there was still cold outside I witnessed this blue moment after the sunset.