I’m just finishing everything I needed to prepare for my tomorrows trip to Paris (it’s always so many things :)), but for you, how about another shot from Budapest, this one of the Liberty bridge, during the blue hour.

This is a three shots HDR created in Oloneo Photoengine, finished in Photoshop.

Moonrise over Budapest

Technique: Oloneo Photoengine, Number of exposures: 3, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones MkIII Adapter, Lens: Canon 24-70mm F2.8, Focal length: 24mm, Aperture: 11, Middle exposure time: 8.0s, ISO: 80, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.485038, 19.052195

There is quite a strange monument right next to the Elisabeth bridge in Budapest. I think they added it when they reconstructed the whole area. I could not find what exactly it is, and what the numbers should represent. But still, it’s interesting for a minimalistic B/W photo.

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

Numbers

Technique: Photoshop edit, Number of exposures: 1, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones MkIII Adapter, Lens: Canon 16-35mm F2.8, Focal length: 34mm, Aperture: 10, Middle exposure time: 1/50s, ISO: 100, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.491880, 19.052907

This is one of the new areas of the Buda castle in Budapest. As I mentioned sometime before, it really gives quite a few new areas to shoot from. And this is one of them, this very long stairs going from the castle down to the city. All the way, giving you a great view of the city center.

This is a HDR from 3 exposures, created in Oloneo Photoengine, finished in Photoshop.

Down the stairs

Technique: Oloneo Photoengine, Number of exposures: 3, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones MkIII Adapter, Lens: Canon 16-35mm F2.8, Focal length: 21mm, Aperture: 8, Middle exposure time: 8s, ISO: 120, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.495165, 19.041546

Let’s continue with another shot from Budapest. This is a bit different composition with one of the four lions on the Chain bridge. Here I zoomed in a little more, to just get the lion and the Hungarian Parliament in the shot. It took few tries to get it without any people (as they like to stop exactly at this spot to take photos of the lion and the parliament) and to not have any traffic in the shot. I actually could have also gone without the light trails, but in the end I decided to keep them there. The corner looked to boring without them :)

This is a HDR from 3 exposure, created in Oloneo Photoengine and finished in Photoshop. I actually also used the technique that I shown you yesterday, and I expanded the sky a little above the lions head.

Lion at the bridge

Technique: Oloneo Photoengine, Number of exposures: 3, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones MkIII Adapter, Lens: Canon 24-70mm F2.8, Focal length: 70mm, Aperture: 11, Middle exposure time: 5s, ISO: 100, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.498434, 19.041125

So today I got home from Budapest, even if it was with a bit of complications (if you follow the news, you know why), but now I’m home and can get back to what I do, editing photos.

For today, I have for you a photo of the Liberty bridge, taken right as the sun was hiding behind the hills surrounding the city. As it was very very hot in the recent months, the Danube level is quite low, so there is even grass between the rocks, that are normally covered by water. This of course gives the possibility to get really low under the bridge and so get new vantage points for shots. I also used a 10 stop ND filter here, to soften the water of the Danube. I actually had quite luck, as normally there is always a ship passing by, but somehow, for a few minutes, there was nothing there.

This is a HDR from 3 exposures, crated in Oloneo Photoengine, finished in Photoshop.

Long exposure Danube

Technique: Oloneo Photoengine, Number of exposures: 3, Camera Model: Sony a7R + Metabones MkIII Adapter, Lens: Canon 16-35mm F2.8 + HOYA ND400 filter, Focal length: 16mm, Aperture: 11, Middle exposure time: 10s, ISO: 100, Tripod used: yes, Location: 47.486555, 19.056181
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