It’s so great when I can add a new country or new cities to the categories on the blog. And since I’ve been quite busy in Switzerland, I’n now adding few of them at once. So today, I have for you a photo from Basel. Exactly it’s the Munster cathedral, as viewed from under the Wettstein bridge. This is actually one of my favorite compositions, where I try to frame a landmark with a near by bridge. I really like it this way :)

For this photo I took two separate series of shots. First normal, quite long exposures, the second at high iso, just for the boat. It was just moving too much in the water, and I don’t like having it blurred in the final photo. The result was create by combining a HDR from 4 exposures created with Oloneo Photoengine with the original exposures in Photoshop.
A different view of Munster

Technique: Oloneo Photoengine
Number of exposures: 5, Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Lens: Canon 16-35mm F2.8
Focal length: 22mm, Aperture: 4, Middle exposure time: 10s, ISO: 160, Tripod used: yes

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