You will always get caught

I was just reading this article about this “photographer” from Singapore, and it’s just so funny (and also sad) that I thought I would share it with you.

How some people still don’t understand, that using other peoples photos is not worth it, I don’t know. With reverse image search it’ss just so easy to find thief’s. And it even looks like he has some Photoshop skills, why not use them and edit his own photos? Hard to understand….

Cold evening under the Old bridge

I had a bit busy day today, so will keep this short. This is a late winter shot, from a very cold evening, taken by the new old bridge. It’s quite wide, as I used the 12mm Laowa lens. It really looks great when standing next to a cool huge structure.

This is a blend of two exposures, one as a base, second one to get rid of the lens flares.

Cold evening under the Old bridge, Bratislava, Slovakia

Clever Instagram spam

Instagram SpamWhile spam everywhere is crazy annoying, in a certain way one has to admire how clever it sometime is. Someone had to code a nice text generator, that not only creates the usernames, but also the messages so they don’t look like spam.

But on the other side, that person was stupid enough, to not make very simple mistakes. Like not sending the same message from multiple accounts to the same target. How can someone be so smart and stupid at a same time is a mystery.

Btw. when did social media got to be only about getting followers? Each day I get followed by many accounts, that just un-follow the next day. I don’t know how it is for others, but I rather be followed by 500 people that like my photos, than 5000 that don’t care.

This stile of trying to get followers just by following someone, hoping they follow back and then un-following again is just annoying. If you really so desperate for worthless followers, just pay for them. Will take less time and has the same effect in the end.

Down by the river

I have not posted a photo from Bratislava in a while so here is one. This is an early spring panorama, taken in the middle of the city, right next to the Danube. I got down completely next to the water and got it.

This is a two shot panorama, combined in Lightroom, finished in Photoshop.

Down by the river, Bratislava, Slovakia, Danube

And here are few details:

Down by the river, Bratislava, Slovakia, Danube

Spider clouds – plotagraph

I still try to animate fireworks in Plotagraph Pro, but still I don’t like the results. But I will try, try and try again :) For now, here is one of a clouds reflection, taken at the Kuchajda lake in Bratislava.

You can check out my Plotagraph Pro review here, and a guide how to create them here.

(if you use an older web browser, you may only see a static image, if you are on a mobile, please hit the play button to see the Plotagraph in motion)

Lights in the river

I got the Nisi filter holder for the Laowa 12mm f2.8 lens today, and I though I would write about that for this blog post. But I went out to take some photos with it, and I just did not felt inspired. So I will leave that for tomorrow, and for today, a shot of the Bratislava city center, taken from the Apollo bridge.

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

New albums in my portfolio

If you visited my portfolio page under, you may have noticed that all photos there are in one huge gallery. But as I was cleaning my photos recently, I had to split them base on countries on my PC locally. And once it was done, it was easy to do so also in the portfolio. So now you can head here and see galleries that only include my photos taken in a specific country.

Panorama across the bridge

It’s not that easy to take night photo on the SNP bridge. Actually it’s not easy from any busy bridge. The passing cars create quite a lot of shaking and vibrations. So one need a bit of luck or patience, to wait for a moment where there are fewer cars. Not always happens :)

For this shot, I wanted the top and bottom to frame the castle. I partially succeeded. I did not have a panoramic head with me, so I could not use a wider lens to do this panorama. Still, I really like how the walkway pulls your view across the image from left to right, so making you look across the whole photos.

This is a two shot panorama, with a third shot used to darken the light of the walkway a bit. Combined in Lightroom, finished in Photoshop.

Panorama across the bridge, Bratislava
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