Somehow I never get to the Wenceslas Square when I’m in Prague. Usually I stay at the other side of Vltava and never get further than to the Old town square :) But for next time I want to do a sunrise shooting here. As you can see, it’s a busy place in the evening, so if I want no people, I will have to go early at night.

I’m very mad at myself for this photo, as it could have been much better. I had a remote in the bag and I only used the 2s timer. And of course this resulted in the darkest exposure being completely blurry and not usable. And also the second darkest was not that good (same as a lot of other photos from that evening). Looks like one really has to learn on his own mistakes. Never again without a remote for me :)

This is a manual blend from 5 shots. Taken in the middle of Wenceslas Square in Prague.
Late hour on the Wenceslas Square


As I was taking photos of the Bratislava skyline, and they turned on the street lights, this small square was the one most noticeable from the spot I was standing. Probably because it was the only one not blocked by any building :) It looks really interesting, so yellow in the middle of a blue city (as it was during blue hour)

Manual blend from three exposures, edited only in Photoshop. Photo taken from the Bratislava Castle fortifications.
When they turn on the lights


Interesting that this center of healthy lifestyle has a KFC in it :) Probably for all those who are leaving the gym :)

This is a manual blend from 7 shots, in the shot the Relaxx center in Bratislava
Relaxx center


One of the different views of the Bratislava city center. This is a 3 shot panorama, each shot from 4 exposures (47Mpix total). Blended with PTgui and Photoshop. I actually took 5 exposures, but for some reason had different exposure time than the other (even if I shoot in Manual) which is very strange. I was just lucky, that I didn’t really need the +2EV exposure :)
Bratislava cityscape


I have no idea why I created a compositions like this :) But I was playing around with the 70-200mm lens.. so I tried a vertorama, and I quite liked it, so I finished it :) Looks strange on all the sites, but probably will look nice on Pinterest :)

This is 5×5 vertorama (5 shots all from 5 exposures) blended using PTgui and Photoshop. Final size was 63Mpix.
SNP bridge vertorama