And we just passed the half of this 10 part series :) For this one, you can see that there were no light trails in the basic exposure. They were all added from the other, brighter exposures during manual blending.
This is the final photo, open the full post to see the original shot and how it looked in photoshop:
Light trails

Number 5 of my 10 part series. In this photo you will notice that the difference from what I started to where I ended is not that big. Still, making the change required quite a lot of work :)
This is the final photo, open the full post to see the original shot and how it looked in photoshop:
Late hour on the Wenceslas Square

Third post in this 10 post series. Hope you find it interesting. Today a photo of the Relaxx center
This is the final photo, open the full post to see the original shot and how it looked in photoshop:
Relaxx center

Continuing with my process posts. Here is another one. This time a citiscape shot.
This is the final photo, open the full post to see the original shot and how it looked in photoshop:
Right after the sunset

Today I’m leaving for 10 days to UK. And as the recent months I had very few opportunities to take new photos, instead of posting worse ones, I decided to post something different. So for the next 10 days I will show you more from my post-processing. I will post 10 of my photos, how they looked as a Lightroom export, how the editing layers in Photoshop looked and the final photo at the end :) Hope you like this little view into my work.

So here goes the first one, named Entering the Chain bridge.
This is the final photo, open the full post to see the original shot and how it looked in photoshop:
Entering the Chain bridge

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