After arriving to Prague and walking through Hradchany we got to the Royal castle. Here is the main church of the country and the seat of the Archbishop of Prague. This church is St. Vitus Cathedral (Katedrála svatého Víta). The full name of it is St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert Cathedral.
The main tower of the cathedral is 96.5 meters high and the front towers are 82 m. The St. Vitus Cathedral was built during the many centuries. The first church was founded at 930 and the current construction was completed only in 1929.
The image is a panorama made of 8 photos using Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens and a tripod. The exposure time of every image is 1 second.
This photo is very similar to the one posted previously but this time I’ve made a panorama. You may see the Vltava River as a dark line just under the lights of buildings. The lightest one is the People Theater.
The photo was made using the old soviet lens Helios 44M 58mm F2.0 @ 2sec.
Here is one more panorama looking to another side of Warsaw and pointing to the Marriott Hotel. This skyscraper was built by LOT, Ilbau – main contractor and Marrott. The building serves as a hotel and managed by the well-known hotel corporation Marriott. The construction was completed in 1989. The height of the skyscraper is 140m to the roof and the total height is 170m.
The image is an HDR panorama image merged of 4 HDR images consisting of 3 images each. As usually the resulting panorama was corrected in Photoshop.
Panoramic View From 30th Floor View On Marriott Hotel
This is another panorama made from the 30th floor of the Palace of Science and Culture. This view points to the park and the All Saints Church that can be seen just in the center of the image behind a long light building.
The resulting panorama was merged of 4 HDR images merged of 3 images each. Then some post-processing in Photoshop was applied to make this image look more realistic. Photos were made using Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS at 18mm in landscape orientation.
Panoramic View From 30th Floor Park Near All Saints Church
The Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw has a viewing terrace. It is situated on the 30th floor that has altitude of 114 meters. You can easily buy a ticket to lift up and have a look at Warsaw from the height of a bird flight. What we exactly did.
The view is amazing! The following image was made at the sunset from the 30th floor of the Palace of Culture and Science showing the skyscrapers named Warsaw Towers. Also, on the left hand side you may see the building of the Central train station.
The image is an HDR panorama image made of 6 HDR images. Each of those was made of 3 images itself. After merging the result was corrected in Photoshop to get a shape and look as following.
Panoramic View From 30th Floor Warsaw Towers
The photos were made using Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS at 18mm in portrait orientation.