Removing people from your photos

In today’s photo I used a technique, where I used multiple exposures to remove passing people from it. If you want to know more, I did an article all about it here, showing exactly how it’s done.

Crossing the Tower bridge

If you keep all the photos you ever took, you can anytime go back and edit ones that you could not before. The software gets always better and so do one’s editing skills with practice.

I did the same here. I selected one photo I took in 2013 while in London, and I edited it today. Came out quite nicely :) Since I always took multiple exposure, I had enough to work with.

The base of this photo is from 4 exposures, that I used to remove passing people. Than I used another 2 exposures to darken the highlights and brighten the shadows. All blended in together in Photoshop.

Crossing the Tower bridge, London, UK

And again I’m running around for the next few day. This summer is quite busier for me as usual, with quite a lot of stuff. So for today, a look back at one of my shots from London.

Big Ben

And to not have any time again, I have to leave for Budapest tomorrow, and will be as usually running around taking photos :) So please excuse the lack of new photo the next few day, as I had no time to prepare anything. So there will only be reposts of some of the photos from last years.

Morning bus

So tomorrow I will be back home, and should get back to a normal posting schedule, hopefully also with some new photos. Let’s be surprised :)
The London Eye

As I haven’t taken any new photos recently, I thought I look back into some photos from last year, so there is a little diversity again on the blog. So for today, one from my London trip last year :)

This is a HDR from 5 exposures, created in Oloneo Photoengine, finished in Photoshop.
Dusk shard

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