These stones in Callanish (Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland) are probably something like Stonehenge but smaller. We don’t exactly know what they mean. For me, it’s not that important. I just like the way they look:).Read More
Today I tried a new thing. My Canon camera can make only three exposures in auto-bracketing mode. So I did a little trick with exposure compensation and took six exposures in two steps (-3 1/3EV, 3 exposures, then +3 1/3 and again 3 exposures). Then I deleted one of the middle exposures because I had that twice. I was left with five exposures from -3 1/3, -1 2/3, 0, +1 2/3, +3 1/3 (why the weird numbers? I just wanted the step to be bigger than 1 EV but less then 2EV). Then I followed my usual workflow and this is the result. I think the additional exposures helped it somehow. The place is called Stromovka and it’s a nice park where people go runnig, skating or they do whatever they like:).
PS: don’t forget to click on the image;-).Read More
Yesterday I realized that I’ve never shared this photo on my blog. It is one my first pictures I took with my very first DSLR (Canon EOS 60D) and I have to say I kind of like it. I like it so much that I even printed it out:-). Btw, it’s not an HDR (because at that time I didn’t know what HDR meant). If you are interested about where I took it then I can tell you this place is near the Charles Bridge in Prague.Read More
I picked another photo of Pantheon. I can’t help it but that place looks so great. Next time I go there, I definitely need a wide-angle lens. No more words, enjoy the picture:).Read More
The very first moments of my journey in Outer Hebrides were on the Isle of Lewis, in Stornoway. The light was good, the weather even better, the church in the way and this is what came out of it. Enjoy:)Read More