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Sunset at the Neusiedler See

Today I stooped by with a fellow photographer at the Neusidler See (Lake Neusiedl) in Austria. And I did take few photo, even if it was fewer than I though it would be. It was just horribly cold and windy on the pier. I was mistaken from the quite warm weather when we left Bratislava and I did not really anticipated to be freezing there.

Still, I got few photos, even if the sunset was a bit boring without any clouds. This panorama I took right as the sun was about to set behind the horizon. This is a two shot long exposure panorama. I used a 10-spot Vfoto ND filter to get the exposure to be 30s, as I wanted soft water and the wind was mowing it too much.

Sunset at the Neusiedler See, Austria, Podersdorf

Statue at the Alexander bridge

After all those panoramas and vertoramas, how about a bit simpler photo. This is one of the statues at the Alexander bridge in Paris. As if it was not easily recognizable by the Eiffel tower in the background :)

This is a single exposure, edited in Photoshop.

Statue at the Alexander bridge, Paris, France

Passerelle St Georges

The Passerelle St Georges bridge in Lyon, France looks really nice. And the location of the church right behind it makes for such an easy composition. But you know how it is. Things are never that easy. The lights on the bridge are crazy strong. You have to underexpose a lot and then blend even more. And even with a -3EV shot, you will not get every spot correctly. Really does not make for an easy photo :)

This is a 5 shot HDR merged in Lightroom, then blended with original exposures in Photoshop.

Passerelle St Georges, Lyon, France

Soft sunset in Bratislava

I been a bit sick recently so I have not been out to take photos in a while. But I decided to go out today, and I ended at my favorite spot in the city center right after sunset. So today, I have for you a new photo from Bratislava.

This is a two shot panorama. I used a 10 stop ND filter here from VFFOTO. I did quite underexpose the shot, but with the RAWs from the Canon 5D mark IV I was able to overexpose enough to get what I wanted. Panorama combined in Lightroom, finished in Photoshop.

Soft sunset in Bratislava, Slovakia

High up in the Alps

I do like these huge panoramas. And the more I take them, the more I like them. I even vent back in my photo archive to find even more panoramas :)

This one I took in 2015 while visiting the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in Austria. This is a road that can get you very high up into the Alps, for just a stunning view. Of course you have to be lucky for the clouds to move away, or you will see nothing. Or as the day I was there, the clouds were first covering everything, but after lunch they moved and showed this beautiful view of the mountains.

This photo is a 66Mpix panorama, created from three exposures. Merged in Lightroom, then finished in Photoshop. I did take multiple exposures here, but did not use them in the end. Not sure if it was the wind or bad tripod placement, but few of the exposures would not align properly and instead of trying to fix that, was just easier to edit a single exposure.

High up in the Alps, Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria

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