France

Pantheon before Christmas

Posted by on Feb 19, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Paris, Travel | 0 comments

It rained a lot the day I was walking in this area. I had to take shelter in Pantheon for a while because I was fed up with all the rain. Luckily it got better after an hour or so and I could continue with my walk. I took this right after I left the Pantheon.

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La Conciergerie

Posted by on Feb 17, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Paris, Travel | 2 comments

When I visited the Sainte Chapelle in Paris I also went inside La Conciergerie, the former prison. There was some kind of exhibition inside so I couldn’t take the picture I wanted. Fortunately, I captured the interesting columns and lighting in one of the corners.

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The Animal Kingdom

Posted by on Feb 15, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Paris, Travel | 0 comments

I can say that this museum (Natural History Museum) in Paris is my favorite one. I spent there only one hour but it’s just great. The photo speaks for itself:).

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Eiffel Tower at Christmas

Posted by on Feb 10, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Paris, Travel | 0 comments

The first time I visited Paris I missed this view. I regretted it and I did not make the same mistakes the second time:). Here’s the view I was missing.

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Cold Evening in Montmartre

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in Black-and-white, Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Paris | 0 comments

I felt like doing something special today. I found a photo I took in Montmartre in Paris. Actually, my friend asked me to take a picture of this house. I usually don’t do black-and-white photos but this one felt like it should be like that. What do you think?

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Through the Glass

Posted by on Feb 7, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Paris, Travel | 0 comments

I wanted to capture the Eiffel Tower through this structure. When I came home and looked at the photo I realized there is a missing piece of glass there. I don’t understand it how I missed it when I was looking at it right there:). Anyway, I processed it and this is the result.

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