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There are many great places you can shoot in Prague. Some of them are very well known like Prague Castle, National Theater, Museum, The Dancing House etc. But sometimes you’ll find yourself on a location that isn’t so common to shoot on but still can be a great place to produce some fine shots. One of this places is right next to John Lennon’s Wall. When you walk on the near bridge you can shoot bars with locks and on the opposite side are these buildings and nice view.
When I’m shooting I always try to look left, right, back, up and down. Looking just in front of myself won’t get you any better shots because a lot of times other people can see this too. Almost everybody was looking and taking photos of the lock bars but only I was taking photos also in a second direction.
I have to return to this place, the light was great but not so great. Dusk or dawn will be better for shooting. Anyway, here is the photo I was talking about.
Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Canon EF 28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 @30mm
Shutter Speed: 0.6s
WB: Temp 6000K/Tint 0
Processing: Nik HDR Efex, Lightroom, Photoshop, Nik Color Efex