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

Back to posting

So after spending two weeks on the road again, I just felt dead tired. I just needed few days of rest. Not that I got that much, as I still need to work, and all the temperature changes just make me feel sick. But finally I feel better now, so it’s time to get back to posting new content to the blog. So lets start with a photo from Pecs in Hungary.

Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Pécs

I visited Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania this month. And while it was a crazy travel schedule, I managed to get quite a few nice photos. So let’s start with a vertorama from the Sts. Peter and Paul Cathedral in Pécs.

Funny thing, nobody minded that I use a tripod here. And it was same in 90% of places I visited (there were few exceptions). Nice to see that the south east part of Europe does not have the aversion to tripods some other parts already do. Hope it stays that way.

This is a two photo vertorama, combined in Lightroom, finished in Photoshop.

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