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Old Mar 27, 2011, 1:26 PM   #1
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Another day of the trip was spent in Prague.

1. National Museum


2. Cathedral details


3. Cathedral


4. One of the statues in Charles Bridge


5. Clock Tower


6. Marketplace


7. Devine Glory


8. Charles Bridge HDR


9. Taste of the streets
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Old Mar 27, 2011, 1:34 PM   #2
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Really nice series of Prague as well. Love your HDR shot of Charles Bridge, again v v atmospheric.
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Thanks again ! thats the style of photography that i like atmospheric, emotional and i would probably say dark.
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Wow, wow! This may be the best series from your fantastic trip! For someone who's never been to Europe (like me!) this is such a treat. #8 is amazing!
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Old Mar 27, 2011, 2:39 PM   #5
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Prague was perfect, you are surrounded by all this buildings and statues.In the whole trip i took around 800 photos :P so you can understand its so difficult for me to decide haha because its the first time i deal with such a number. Thanks for the comments
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Nice series geoper2

Really like the HDR of Charles Bridge. Is there an "idiots guide" in any of the forums to learn HDR techniques?
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I am using photomatix for the HDR, its easy to create an hdr once you load your images. After loading you change the settings and its up to your taste and how "fake" you want your picture to look, i think you dont need any tutorials just one software and then its trial and error. For example the one i did here is pretty much extreme but i liked it. Also there is the Autohdr software which is by one of the guys in the forum, Martin Sykes. Its free and very small you can give it a try.
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Thanks again for the information
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Fantastic series on Prague - I love the bridge HDR!
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Beautiful images geoper. We are going to Prague and Budapest next year so these shots have certainly whet the appetite... Cheers
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