United Kingdom

Trinity Hall at Sunset

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Blue Hour, Cambridge, Canon EOS 6D, HDR, Sunset, Travel, United Kingdom | 0 comments

Last summer I went to Cambridge to attend my good friend’s wedding. I stayed at Trinity Hall and all this architecture just blows your mind. You can feel the history everywhere…really nice town.

Photo by Roman Betik from the blog http://www.StillGlimmers.com

Where I took this photo:

Read More

Tower Bridge at Night

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015 in Canon EOS 6D, HDR, London, Night, Travel, United Kingdom | 0 comments

London is one of my favourite cities and I like walking alongside the river. I captured this when me and my girlfriend visited London last autumn. It was great and I hope we’ll get there soon again.

Photo by Roman Betik from the blog http://www.StillGlimmers.com

Where I took this photo:

Read More

The Parliament

Posted by on Sep 2, 2014 in Canon EOS 6D, London, Long Exposure, Travel, United Kingdom | 0 comments

This view is one of the shots I wanted to take for a long time. I finally went to London and captured it during daytime.

Photo by Roman Betik from the blog http://www.StillGlimmers.com

Where I took this photo:

Read More

Big Ben in the Evening

Posted by on Nov 28, 2013 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, London, Night, Travel, United Kingdom | 0 comments

This is a classic shot of Big Ben from the other side of the river Thames. I captured this quite a long time ago but I processed it only now.

Read More

The River Thames

Posted by on Nov 4, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, London, Travel, United Kingdom | 0 comments

It was quite some time when I was in London. This is one of the pictures I took while walking on the bank of this river.

Read More

London in Autumn

Posted by on Oct 15, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, London, Travel, United Kingdom | 0 comments

I took this a year ago during the morning which started with a fog and ended with a sunny weather. I’ve never showed you what difference makes the processing I usually do on my photos. Look at the following photo and use the slider to reveal the before or after version of the photo. The before version is unprocessed middle exposure I used to create the final HDR.

The Final Image Once Again

Read More