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

Sunset colors over Prague

A bit more colorful photo today, or better said one with a lot of shades of orange. This was taken sometime back during a very nice sunset over the city. There were no real clouds, but it was overcast and the whole sky became this nice orange. And that changed the color of the whole city with it.

This is a blend from 5 exposures, done in Photoshop.

Sunset colors over Prague

Museum with yellow penguins

Today’s photo is from Prague. It’s the Kampa Museum next to the Vltava lake, not far from the Charles bridge. I don’t really like it that much. It’s a modern art museum, and while some of the installations around it look nice, especially the yellow penguins, most of them are just random. Like a pile of things just thrown together without any thought or reason. I prefer classic art, where you can see the stunning skill and dedication of the artists.

This is a view from the other side of the Vltava lake. There is this point where part where is this little cascade. Makes for a nice leading line here. This is a blend of three exposures, done in Photoshop.

Museum with the yellow penguins

Prague reflection

It’s quite usual for me, at the beginning of the year, to be low on photos to post. I already have plans for photo trips in the next few months, but nothing right now. And with the last few not being that successful, I’m back to choosing photos from my archives.

So for today, here is a photo from one of my trips to Prague. It’s probably the most photographed view there, but still worth it :). This is a blend from 4 exposes, done in Photoshop.

Prague reflection, Prague, Czech republic

Skylum deal

If you were looking to get Luminar 3 or Aurora HDR, maybe today is the day to do so. Right no until the 18th, Skylum is offering a 20USD off deal. You can get Luminar for 49USD instead of 69USD and a Luminar + Aurora bundle for 119USD instead of 168USD. Head over to the Skylum website for more info here.

Manes Bridge in Prague

Let’s continue with another big panorama today. This one is of the Manes Bridge in Prague, during quite a nice blue hour. It has been a while since I was in Prague so it’s really time again to go back there this year. Maybe once it’s warm again :)

This is a two shot panorama, each shot from three exposures. Blended and combined in Photoshop. You may have noticed by my latest photos, that I have been using only Photoshop. It’s start of the year and as usually I like to evolve my editing skills. And my goal is to have better, cleaner results with less work. That’s why I’m trying to limit the edits on the photos.

Manes Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic

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Manes Bridge in Prague, Czech Republic
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