Every-time when I took this photo.. somebody walked in and started taking photos under one of the arches. So I just waited and waited, and somehow everyone left right before the sunset and I got a people free photo :)
This is the front part of The Debod Temple in Madrid, Spain, the main part was behind me :)
If you can read this there was no end of the world.. some people will be so disappointed :)
Looking up in Segovia Cathedral
Somehow when I can’t use a tripod, I only take very few photos. It’s happening mostly in churches. If I know I will not like the result, I just don’t bother anymore and just enjoy how it looks. But I did take few photos in the Segovia Cathedral so here is one of those. Only handheld and only from a single RAW.
Another manually blended image. At first I tried Photomatix, but as I was looking at the result, I knew that I will have to replace everything. So instead of doing that, I took the middle exposure and blended parts from the other 2 exposures to brighten/darken areas. And I think it worked out quite nicely :)
How about another photo from Spain :) This one is from Toledo. HDR created only from three shots, as it was taken before I had the Promote and before I started using Magic Lantern firmware. For some strange reason I took this one only handheld when I had a tripod with me, but I try not to do that anymore :)
I took this very colorful photo while I was in Madrid earlier this year. I took this directly from the balcony of my hotel room, during a sunrise. It’s really great how late the sunrise in Spain is, as they use the same time as central Europe, but are much more further to the west :)