Tag: prague

An Unexpected Success

In my last article I touched a topic of a common failure connected with landscape photography. You can check it out on a following link. The occasions everything just clicks

A Possible Failture in Landscape Photography

Landscape photography is one of the oldest types and one of more difficult ones. If you`re shooting products, studio portraits etc., most of your work is in fully controlled environment.

Let your Photos Light Up!

In my last article I focused on stability and sharpness in photos. And now we gonna put it into a use. Landscapes and cityscapes especially benefit from some sparks that

Modern Architecture

The city of Prague isn`t just about old, historical, architecture but contains also a ton of buildings with a modern twist. Like two months ago I got a 10stop ND

Matching Colors Using Curves

Sometimes you can find yourself in a situation where one part of the scene works, but the other one doesn’t meet your expectations, needs or just sucks. Exactly this happened

The American Bar

Last weekend I grabbed a cup of coffee with my friend Ivan (here’s a link to his website) due to our planning photo trip to Dolomites in Italy followed by

Sunrise at Letna

Few weeks ago I went out to shoot the sunrise above Prague from one of very popular places – Letna and Hanavsky Pavilon. You have a nice overview on the entire