Charles Bridge under the Moon

Last weeks were busy at work and I had no time to go out. Yesterday I went out during the sunset and I wanted to capture the Charles Bridge during the “blue” hour. I stayed there for at least ninety minutes and finally came up with this. It was definitely worth the wait.

Charles Bridge under the Moon


Austrian Mountains

I have been really busy lately and too tired to post new photos. I have some free time today and here is a photo from Austria I took last year during the ski trip. There was no snow anywhere except the glacier where it was possible to ski. These mountains are beautiful even without the snow, aren’t they?

Austrian Mountains

Manes

This is a view from Jiraskuv bridge in Prague.

Manes


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Phalaborwa Mines

Day after visiting the Kruger Park we went to see the mines near the town. The weather was not very nice but at least it created an interesting scene. I have the before and after version here as well to show what I did with the photo in post-processing.

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London in Autumn

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.

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