Posts Tagged "Toulouse"

The Carnival

Posted by on Apr 26, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Night, Toulouse, Travel | 0 comments

The evening I went taking pictures in Toulouse was on the same evening as the Toulouse Carnival. This bridge was on the way of the parade and it was really packed with people, big cars and as you can image it was also very noisy. I captured this scene which I really liked. All the colors and reflections are things I love in photos. I don’t know if this bridge looks this way every night but it sure looks good:).

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The Paintings

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

This is another one of the photos I made in Toulouse in one of its churches. I had to aim my lens through the bars to get the shot. It was difficult with the tripod (the wide-angle lens is not very helpful in cases like this:) ) but I managed it and this is the result.

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Toulouse Cathedral

Posted by on Apr 11, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Toulouse, Travel | 0 comments

This irregular cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Étienne de Toulouse in French) consists of two incomplete churches (according to Wikipedia). It looks quite strange from the outside and even more from the inside. I usually have troubles with my tripod in many churches. They don’t like it when I use it (but most of the time I figure something out:). I was quite surprised I had no problem in Toulouse.

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The Spiral

Posted by on Apr 9, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Night, Toulouse, Travel | 2 comments

Taking pictures during the night takes patience. You often have to wait for many long seconds for picture to get exposed properly. If it’s cold, it’s even worse:). This one was no exception. I took it in Toulouse by the river. Fortunately the temperature was quite ok:).

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Renovating

Posted by on Apr 8, 2012 in Canon EOS 60D, France, HDR, Toulouse, Travel | 1 comment

I went outside the church in Toulouse and I discovered this vehicle there. It was an easy target with my wide-angle lens:).

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