Morning sun at the Liberty bridge

Let’s do a nice warm photo, even if the day I took it was not really that warm. This photo was taken one early autumn day in Budapest, very very early in the morning. It was raining during the night, and I was not even sure if I go out to take photos. But I woke up, and I gave it a try. And it was one of the nicest sunrises I ever seen. Not that it works like that every time. Most of the time you are happy if you get a nice photo at all.

This photo is a blend from 5 exposures done in Photoshop. There is a bit of a final touch done with Topaz Adjust AI.

Morning sun at the Liberty bridge, Budapest, Hungary

And here is also a comparison to the original RAW file. You can see why I needed to use so many brackets this time.

Beautiful details in the Cathedral

I edited this photo sometime in January, but I never posted. It happens to me sometimes, I edit a photo, save the PSD and just leave it be. It’s like I have to think about it more. Then from time to time I clean up these unsorted PSDs and do one or two more edits and it’s done.

Same with this photo from the Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Pécs, Hungary. I just toned down the color on the carpet as the last touch and I was done. Now I can post it.

This is a three shot panorama, combined in Lightroom, edited in Photoshop. No blending needed here, as the lighting was quite even from the start.

Beautiful details in the Cathedral,  Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Pécs

More with fireworks

I still have many photo from the St. Stephens Day fireworks and I like a lot from them. Too bad the view is mostly the same, as from the spot I was standing at I could not really move at all. But the fireworks explosions are different in each one, so every photo is different anyway.

This is a single exposure, split into two, blended then back together in Photoshop.

More with fireworks, Budapest, Hungary

A very busy fireworks photo

I don’t really like when a photo is soo busy. There is just too much going on and you don’t know what to focus your eyes on. But since I chochen the spot to take the shot from over the city, of course that’s how it turned out.

This is another shot from the St. Stephens day fireworks last week. This one is a single exposure, split into two and then blended back together in Photoshop.

A very busy fireworks photo

And here are a few details. You can clearly see all the people lining the streets around the Danube river here.

A very busy fireworks photo

Green and golden fireworks

I’m just tired today. Had a bit stressfull day and I think I caught the cold somewhere. So no long post today, just a quick one. Here is another photo from the St. Stephens Day fireworks, this time I went with a green and golden one. I really like when each of my fireworks photos goes into a different color. I even push the white balance, and the tint of the shadow, to enhance this color.

This is a single exposure, double processed and then blended back together in Photoshop.

Green and golden fireworks
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