Prague Reimaged – Part 4

So ends the return to Prague. It’s been an adventure in editing. I don’t think I have ever published this many images ever. Only time I do this much editing is when I have a job to turn over to someone. I have never editing this much personal work in the span of a couple days. I don’t care how ergonomic your setup is your hand starts to cramp after a bit.

Most of these images were shot in Prague Castle or looking off Prague Castle. I had to scrounge my drives to find these images because I could not locate them in my library. I could run a search and Lightroom said they were there but would not preview the. Good thing I have solid computer skills to force Lightroom to do what I wanted and hence the images got edited.

One of the things I noticed about this camera and lens combo along with my particular indifference at the time for anything known as metering or even something outside of P or A mode is that the skies played havoc with the sensor. I attempted to get them something into a shade of blue but the color shift was all over the place. I found a setting that worked and went with that and damn the consequences.

It has been a fun little exercise to revisit Prague and do these edits. I promise new work in the near future as I have been shooting!

Enjoy.

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  1. I had to understand why the architecture is so structured and Google gave me these facts. The city of Prague’s metropolitan area is a population of over 2.3 million. Prague has been a political, cultural and economic centre of Europe and particularly central Europe during its 1,100 year existence Jul 18, 2011. This is why I believe the architecture has continued with solid building structures. I have enjoyed.