Early morning at the Chrles bridge

I noticed I never posted this image to the blog, so here it is. It’s an early morning panorama of the Charles bridge in Prague, taken around a year ago. As you can see from the absence of other people, this was very early in the morning.

But actually, there were few people there, as you can see on one of the behind the camera photos, but with a nice long exposure and a bit of blending, there were not that hard to remove :)

Early morning at the Charles bridge

Blue evening in Prague

Let’s go with a shot from Prague today. The view of the center from the Visehrad area. There is a small lookout area there, that gives a really nice view. I would just suggest a longer lens.

This is a panorama from thwo shots, each shot from three exposures, blended in Photoshop.

Classic view from Prague

It really has been a long time since I was in Prague. Not really strange with how the world is right now. But it was really nice to be able to walk around Prague again. I was actually surprised by the number of people and tourists there, even in November. And most of the time it was even not that warm.

Still, I had a nice weekend there, while taking quite a few photos. And most of them being panoramas. Here you have one, taken right in the center of Prague. It’s a very classic view from Prague, but each time I’m there I take at least one photo of it. It’s a must.

This is a two-shot panorama, each side from 5 exposures, blended in Photoshop.

Classic view from Prague


I’m happy to see that the number of visitors to this blog is going up, even when I did not update that much this year. Especially the super ultra-wide wallpapers are getting the most visits every day. It has just been such a strange year. But that’s the same for everyone. Hopefully, next year is more normal than this one.

Foggy night at the Charles bridge

It has been a while since I edited a photo and this one is not really an easy one. Fog likes to create a lot of color banding in photos, and it was the same in the sky with this one. I had to add a huge amount of noise into the sky to get rid of most of it, but I feel like there is still a bit there. But I did not want to add more. If you want to know more about this, check out my guide on removing color banding here.

In this photo the Charles bridge in Prague, with a very large number of birds around it. Yes, every dot on the water is a bird, and there were even more there. Taken already in 2018, during an early spring trip there.

This is a single exposure, broken up into two and then blended back together.

Foggy night at the Charles bridge, Prague

Busy evening on the Charles Bridge

Continuing with photos from my past travels, here is one taken from the top of one of the Charles bridge towers. If you ever been there, you would know that the walkway on top is quite narrow and you have to take photos through holes in the walls. Not really an easy spot to set up a tripod. And even if you do, each time somebody wants to pass by, you have to move to the side. Looks like the builder’s hundreds years ago did not have photographers in mind at all :)

But it’s a good sunset spot, as the sun sets behind the castle hill most of the year. This is a three shot blend, done in Photoshop.

Busy evening on the Charles Bridge
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