Master exposure blending – raffle

Just a reminder, that you can still join my raffle, where I’m giving away two copies of my Master Exposure blending video tutorial. You can join the raffle here.

Notre Dame in the rain

I spend another day just tweaking the blog and adding content to it. So if you notice some new pages here and there, that’s normal :) But still there is so much more I want to change and add.  A blog is like a living thing. It has to evolve and maybe even mutate. It’s never finished. But I’m very glad that more and more people visit the blog, even if it’s currently less than it was in winter. But I noticed that every year. Probably during the cold months, people spend more time at a computer, probably :)

But to the photo I’m sharing today. It’s one from my last years trip to Paris, taken during a very rainy evening by the Notre Dame. It’s a HDR created from 5 exposures in Oloneo Photoengine, and then blended with original photos in Photoshop.
Notre Dame in the rain

I was looking back through my photos, and for today I chosen one from Paris. This is the view from the top of the Eiffel tower, overlooking a big part of the city. It all looks so tiny :)

This is a HDR created in Oloneo Photoengine, finished in PHotoshop.
Paris in Blue

I think you will recognize the landmark in this photo very quickly, even if it’s completely blurred in the background :) And for those who don’t, it’s of course the Eiffel tower in Paris.

I quite like this composition, as it was shoot through this damaged glass monument nearby, called the Peace Monument. Just a little different take on a classic shot.

This is a single image, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

Yesterday’s post was full of photos of Prague, so today, let’s look at Paris.

To see all my favorite photo spots form there, check out my Top Spots list
The mirror world
Midnight Drivers
Blue hour at the Eiffel Tower
La Defense Business district

I just love this views from high up places. It’s probably because I love to have so much detail in my photos. That’s why in every city I try to get to the highest place, and that’s why my next trip is Dubai (can’t wait, just 10 more days and I’m there :))

This is a HDR created in Oloneo Photoengine and finished in Photoshop.
Lot of detail

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