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and here you can see the introduction video, to see what it’s about


I wanted a photo of the Gellért Baths in Budapets for a while, but this area, from which one sees it, is just not that great. You just see the baths too much from the top, so any view that captures it all, is very affected with perspective distortion. So this time, I tried something else. I did a two shot vertorama here, to get the sky and also the area right under the hill. And it came out quite nicely :)

This is a 2 shot vertorama, each shot from 3 exposures.

Gellért Baths

Technique: Oloneo Photoengine, Number of exposures: 2×3, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones MkIII Adapter, Lens: Canon 16-35mm F2.8, Focal length: 16mm, Aperture: 9, Middle exposure time: 6.0s, ISO: 100, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.484910, 19.052098

If you have a Canon camera, I suggest you think about adding Magic Lantern to it. It just gives so many new possibilities and makes it so much easier to use.


Not really my favorite bridge in Budapest. It’s fine and all, but if you seen the how it looked before when it was first build, it was just so much better (just search for its name in google to see it). To bad that I can’t take a photo of that one.

But if nothing else, this works fine also :) This is a HDR from 3 shots, created in Oloneo Photoengine, finished in Photoshop.

Elisabeth bridge

Technique: Oloneo Photoengine, Number of exposures: 3, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones MkIII Adapter, Lens: Canon 24-70mm F2.8, Focal length: 48mm, Aperture: 13, Middle exposure time: 4.0s, ISO: 200, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.489536, 19.045812

Since I reposted the video on how to take brackets on a Sony camera, let’s have a look also on how it’s done on a Canon :)