Shooting fireworks

I mentioned one offer from MacPhun yesterday, and just today, they stated another one :) If you are interested in their Creative Kit plugin bundle, you can get it right now (and until next week) for a much discounted price, and they will also include a video tutorial on shooting photos of fireworks. You can check out the full offer on their website here.


Let’s continue with another shot from Passau. This is the Prinzregent-Luitpold-Brücke right at the tip of the city, close to where the Danube and Inn lakes merge into one. I wanted a nice shot of the bridge, with the castle in the back, but wanted a bit more movement in it, so a passing bus really helped with it quite a lot.

I took this shot not that late in the evening, but since it was rainy, it got dark really quickly. This is a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

Swith to Aurora

For those of you who are thinking of giving Aurora HDR a try, they are currently having a promotion campaign, where you will get a discounted price for Aurora, if you can show that you are using a different software right now. Head over to the Aurora web-page to find out more. You can also check out my review of it.

Split in the middle

I enjoyed a lot of rain last week, with the weather changing almost every hours during some days. And while taking photos, I even managed to catch the change in one of them :)

Here you can see a till clear sky on one side, while the rain is already coming in on the other one. And it even shown a rainbow for few minutes. This is a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

So my goal to catch up with the blog after all the travel I did recently really is not working that well, so I decided to abandon that, and just continue as normally. This will mean that some dates are missing, but thats something that will mostly bother my perfectionist view on how I do it :) So rather than trying to catch up, I will just post when I can and go with it.

And as last week I spend in Passau in Germany, let’s continue with a shot from there. I had some work while there, but I still got two evenings to get some photos (when it didn’t rain that much :)) and here is one of them.

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

I have been moving between countries lately, and one of the places I stopped for a short while was also Germany. Not that I got that many photos, but there are few :)

Here is one I took in Rudesheim am Rhein, of this little city train used to transport tourists. This is a single exposure, edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.

And again I will be running around Budapest for the next few days, so to keep the blog running, I will share with the you 5 most viewed photos on this blog, as counted by WordPress itself (wordpress is the platform this blog runs on).

So let’s start with number 5, a photo from the St. Sebaldus Church in Nurenberg, Germany.

St. Sebaldus Church

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