Usually when I take photos of churches, I try to show the symmetry there and so take the photos exactly from the center. But when I’m done with that I always take few photos from the sides, just to have also something different. And here is such a side photo from the Pannonhalma arch-abbey.

This is a HDR created from 6 shots in Oloneo photoengine. Btw. the circle window in the back had no decorations and it was this milky white color, so that’s why I left it overexposed, and haven’t pushed the exposure more down.
Off-center view

Travel photos

Always when I’m traveling I post a lot of behind the camera photos onto my FB page, so feel free to stop by at If all goes as planed, I should be somewhere on the Ljubljana castle right now :)

Calm waters

The only way to get a calm Danube, is to go out shooting very early in the morning (and a long exposure also helps a little :)). Same here in Budapest. There are absolutely no ships on the Danube around the sunrise and with a calm water as this, you will also get very nice reflection.

This is a HDR created from 7 shots created in Oloneo Photoengine and finished in Photoshop.
Calm waters

It would be so great to have a sky like that each time I go out to take photos. But on the other hand, it would probably be boring after some time. So it’s probably best that it is how it is :)

This is a HDR from 5 shots created in Oloneo Photoengine, then finished in Photoshop
Burning sky

Adding glow to your photos

Few days ago I added a new tutorial to this blog, this time about how to add glow to your photos. I use this technique in almost all of my photos, and I think you will find it interesting (and very easy :)). You can see the tutorial here: Adding glow to your photos. You can also find a Photoshop action there, which does all that for you :)

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The Morning Light

I just cant stop editing photos from that morning. All have such a great sky, that other photos looks just boring :). So here is another one from last Monday in Budapest. It was very funny to me, to see a young couple sitting right next to the place I was, watching a movie on a notebook, completely ignoring the stunning sunrise that was in front of them. I wonder why they went there at such an hour if not for that.

This is a HDR created in Oloneo Photoengine and then blended with some of the original exposures in Photoshop.
The Morning Light

I know, I know, another shot of the bridge. It was just such a beautiful sunrise, that I just edit one photo after another from it :) Hope nobody minds.

This is a HDR from 5 shots created in Oloneo Photoengine and then blended with few of the original exposures in Photoshop.
Sunrise at the bridge

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