Tag Archives: Long time exposure

The light bridge by ReinhardMittermaier

This bridge is one of the most captured in the world. It isn’t easy to satisfy the expert eye when you want to add another photo in this huge gallery. I wasn’t sure if I should upload it, but the effect of the line of lights from the one city side to the other has an appealing pattern. I hope you like this night view towards Charles Bridge.

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The Old One by HatCatPhotography

This is a shot I have made few months ago in Heidelberg, Germany. It is the old bridge leading to the oldtown of Heidelberg.

I have revised the previous post and lowered saturations and sharpness a little bit. Also the luminance of the lights to try to get the attention on the bridge.

Thanks for all your interactions in advance. Feel free to ask questions, if you have any!

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HatCat

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e & y by Haggard-Photography

E & Y | Berlin, Germany 2015
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© Ronny Behnert
A few years ago I already shot that wonderful building from the same angle but I tried to optimize the composition. The result is clearer with a soft, minimalist effect.

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legends III by Haggard-Photography

Legends III – French Cathedral | Berlin, Germany 2015
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© Ronny Behnert

A new photo of the french cathedral on the Gendarmenmarkt at dusk which is another part of the Legends-series.

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zwinger by Haggard-Photography

Zwinger | Dresden, Germany 2015
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© Ronny Behnert
A few weeks ago I travelled to Dresden to explore a new city and discover different angles. What can I say… Dresden is amazing. This photo shows a panoramic version of the Zwinger, which I took during a rainy morning on my last day. I needed two weeks for the post processing. That is what I love in photography. Not only taking pictures… post processing is the second huge part which connects photography and the author to create a new vision. I hope you like what you see.

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