Of course when I was in Paris I took a lot of photos of the Eiffel tower. You just have to take a lot of them. To bad that having the area free of tourist is not possible. But when you take the photo from far away, there are not so visible (but you can still see them). And the Tour Montparnasse is the place with the right view. Right when I seen photos from there, I knew I had to visit it.
This is a manual blend from 5 shots, taken from the Tour Montparnasse in Paris.
The weather during my trip changed so often, that there were moments I thought I will have no usable photos at all. There was not a single usable sunrise, but at least the sunsets were mostly great. And with just luck, together with Beboy Photostock ( Beboy photographies ) we selected the best day to go to the top of the Eiffel tower. The sunset was just epic. We were hit by wind and rain, but we keep shooting more and more photos and it was really worth it. We were of course joined by Begirl all over the world and later on also by Edward Adios (who I hope also got some great shots :))
This is a panorama from two shots, I had to take the left shot twice, as I had to shade the sun with my hand so I can remove the lens flares. Overall I used 18 brackets for this image. Taken from the top of the Eiffel tower in Paris.
Of course I had to go out shooting right away after arriving in Paris. And thanks to Beboy (Beboy Photographies) who took me to this place, I got a great photo right away. We were also joined by another great french photographer Antonio Gaudencio (Antonio Gaudencio Photographie) and had a great evening of shooting :) Definitively check out their pages :)
This is a manually blended vertorama from two shots, each shot from 6 exposures.
So I’m back from Paris after a week of taking lots and lots of photos there. Had some great weather, had some rainy days, but overall I hope I got some very nice shots. I also got to meet a lot of great photographers, which I will mention here over the next few days (not today, still tired from the traveling). So I hope you will enjoy all the new photos from Paris that I will post in the next days and weeks :)
Probably not the photo one would think I would share as the first one from Paris, but as I was copying the photos to my PC, this one caught my eye and I had to edit it right away.
This is a manual blend from 3 shots. Photo taken around midnight, while I was returning to my hotel.
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