When you think about Paris, you really don’t think about the modern parts. It’s really hard to associate modern skyscrapers with Paris. Just so strange :)

This is a three shots vertorama, taken in the La Defense district in Paris. Shot edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

How about a photo from earlier this year, from my spring trip to Paris. I have not been there for a half year, and I would go back again anytime. Always want more photos from Paris :)

For this one, I did a three shot panorama (with the help of the tilt shift lens). Funny thing, most of the time I edited this photos, was spend with removing the trash from the grass, as it was just so distracting :/

I really do a lot more vertoramas since I have the tilt-shift lens. So here is another one I took one late evening in Paris.

This is a two shot vertorama, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop. Btw. the Eiffel tower is this color, as this was taken the day after the Brussels attack.

Small Photoshop tip

A little tip for Photoshop. If you hate the start screen, that shows you your recent opened files as much as I do (it slows down the opening of Photoshop for me, as my files are on different, not just local, hard-drives), there is a simple way to turn it off, and have Photoshop as it used to be few version back.

So to turn it off, go to Edit/Preferences/General and find “Show Start Workspace When No Documents Are Open” and just remove the check-mark.

The tiny police car

To be fair, everything almost everything looks tiny under the Eiffel tower. I really like these shots I got using the tilt shift lens in Paris. Having a foreground element while taking a photo of such a huge building is just wonderful.

This is a three shot vertorama, created in Lightroom, edited in Lighroom and Photoshop.

No clouds here, but I still like this view :) I tried for a nice shot from this bridge few times, but still don’t have one I really like. But thats something for the next visit :)

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

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