Just few more days and I’m off to a 10 day photo trip to the UK. But until then, I have to get by with the photos I already have. So here is another light trails shot I took last Saturday.

This is a manual blend from 5 shots, I used the darkest exposures to darken the lights of the shopping center in the distance and the lightest exposures to blend together the light trails on the highway. In this shot the Aupark Shopping center in Bratislava
One more with light trails

I wanted to try the ND filter more, so I went to one of the few overpasses above a busy road in Bratislava. But as it was a weekend, and there were not enough cars, when I used the ND filter, the road looked empty. So in the end I took this shot without the ND filter.

This is a manual blend from 4 shots (I took 5 bud had no real use for the darkest shot). Photo taken from a pedestrian walkway near the Aupark Shopping center in Bratislava
Light trails

I went out to do a little shooting today, even as the weather was not so nice. And as I was going around this place, I noticed that the surface of Danube is quite low, compared to the normal state, and all this rocks which are usually under water, were visible. So I wen down to take some photos. Actually my biggest reason for going out today, was to try out the Think Tank bag. I’m traveling soon and I wanted to try it out before that. And I have to say, I’m quite surprised how well it works. Will have to write some short review on it later on :)

This is a manual blend from 6 shots. It’s very funny to edit in 16bit colors, when my monitor can’t really show 16bit colors (most monitors can’t). So I see so much color bending in the photo, until I export it.
Usually under water

Of course while taking photos around the River park, I took one also of the River park, or at least a part I could fit into one photo. You can actually see the bonsai photo from the photo I posted yesterday, in the bottom left of this photos.

Manual blend from 5 shots, mostly to darken the very bright areas in the bottom left and brighten the dark areas in bottom right.

I like bonsai trees, too bad the ones I try to grow in my flat never last that long. But this one in front of the River park is really nice. I actually took a photo of it few years ago, when they first planted it there, and it was the first photo I sold to be used for promotional purposes :)

Manual blend from 7 shots, mostly to darken the parts which are brightened by all the lights in the area.
The bonsai tree

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