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Yesterday I hit my first 100 000 views on my smugmug portfolio www.hdrshooter.net. Thank you very much to everyone who visited my site :)

All the people on the Karl’s Bridge

This is the view of the Karl’s Bridge from the top of the Petrin tower. You should bring a nice zoom lens when you go there :). From this point you can really see how much people are on the bridge. It’s really a lot :). This is one of those photos, where I would love to have a camera with more megapixels. There is so much detail lost in this photo.

HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 18-200mm lens, handheld.

All the people on the Karl's Bridge  This is the view of the Karl's Bridge from the top of the Petrin tower. You should bring a nice zoom lens when you go there :). From this point you can really see how much people are on the bridge. It's really a lot :). This is one of those photos, where I would love to have a camera with more megapixels. There is so much detail lost in this photo.  HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 18-200mm lens, handheld.

Valley of Death

Or sometimes called Death Valley. I think that it’s quite a sad name for such a lovely place. But since it’s named like this because of all the soldiers that died there in WWII, so it’s quite fitting. If you look closer at the photo, you can see three tanks scattered around the scenery (there are few more in the surrounding area). These are a permanent exhibition in this area.

HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, from a tripod. Taken in the eastern Slovakia

Valley of Death  Or sometimes called Death Valley. I think that it's quite a sad name for such a lovely place. But since it's named like this because of all the soldiers that died there in WWII, so it's quite fitting. If you look closer at the photo, you can see three tanks scattered around the scenery (there are few more in the surrounding area). These are a permanent exhibition in this area.  HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, from a tripod. Taken in the eastern Slovakia.

St. Martin’s Church

You have to love all the detail HDR processing can pull out from a photo :) All the churches look so wonderful.

HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, handheld in Birmingham, UK.

St. Martin's Church  You have to love all the detail HDR processing can pull out from a photo :) All the churches look so wonderful.  HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, handheld in Birmingham, UK.

Blue sky over green fields

And we have Sunday again, so let’s have a nice relaxing photo today :)

HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, from a tripod

Blue sky over green fields  And we have Sunday again, so let's have a nice relaxing photo today :)  HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, from a tripod.

Photo on Tumblr

Burning Sunset  A little different view of the Bratislava Castle. I took this photo from the Apollo Bridge. I wasn't really sure, if a longer exposure will work, as the bridge is shaking a little from the passing cars, but it had no visible effect.  HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 18-200mm lens, from a tripod.

Probably as everyone, I also check from time to time where my photos are on the internet. This photo was shared on Tumblr and reblogged by few hundred people :) And when I saw a comment

“That’s hogwarts right there.. “

I knew I had to share :)

It can be found on Tumblr here. Thank you to everyone who shared :)

Partial reflection

I really like when this happens. When you have a nice reflection on the water, but still see the rocks under it. This photo was taken in the middle of Bratislava, at the Kuchajda lake.

HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, from a tripod

Partial reflection  I really like when this happens. When you have a nice reflection on the water, but still see the rocks under it. This photo was taken in the middle of Bratislava, at the Kuchajda lake.   HDR from three shots, taken with Canon 450D with Sigma 10-20mm lens, from a tripod.

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