HDR Panorama made from 2×5 photos, converted to black and white in Silver Efex Pro 2 by Nik
- Aperture: ƒ/13
- Camera: NIKON D3S
- Taken: 11 September, 2010
- Focal length: 50mm
- ISO: 100
- Location: 51° 30.0724′ 0″ N 0° 7.1948′ 0″ W
- Shutter speed: 5s
Today it’s my birthday, and I wanna give you some presents. for you to enjoy on this beautiful day.
First off a behind the action video.
And then a before and after comparison photo.
The Wurstelprater amusement park, aka “Prater”, stands in one corner of the Wiener Prater park and includes the Wiener Riesenrad, (The Vienna Giant Wheel) which is famous for appearing in the Orson Welles movie “The Third Man” from 1949.
HDR made from 5 exposures.
I got a bit tired of this photo, the Manhattan skyline seen from Brooklyn, course I had seen it so many times before.
So I decided to put it through the FocalPoint 2 grinder and just defocus the whole thing, and this is what came out of it.
It’s a panorama made of 5 photos.
I don’t know what’s happened to my site theme, the menu bar on the right is now placed at the bottom… really frustrating when you don’t know anything about html or PHP programming.
Well I hope to get it fixed with in a few days.
The photo is made on a local freeway bridge, one night I was photo hunting with my good friend Tobias Bagge. It’s a long exposure made on the bike/walk lane right next to the freeway made right after sunset.
Just wanna wish you all a happy new year, and say thank you for dropping by my blog, and for all the comments you gave me this year.
May 2013 bring you a lot of cool and funny photo adventures.
The last photo of 2012 is of Monument Valley in Arizona, USA. It’s a panorama of 4 photos made during sunset.
I thought it looked a lot like so many other photos I’ve seen of Monument Valley, so I decided to add some dirt and grain to it – with the OnOne Perfect Effect plugin – to give it this old look.
Happy New Year!
I don’t know if you use the same word for it in English, but this is a lake where you put in fish and feed them, and then people come here – after paying a fee – to fish, hence the name a put and take lake.
My girlfriend and her parents went here fishing, but I don’t think they caught anything, me on the other hand I went “fishing” for something totally different, cause as you can see, there was a nice reflection on the lake that day.