Hello, my friends!
In this article I will share with you the last set of my Prague images.
You have to apologize me for not posting so often. I am always working on something but it is not often I feel like my work is good enough to be published.
On top of everything I am a proud father, getting a masters degree in global studies at the university of Gothenburg and organizing a move to Thailand. Time is in short supply right now.
Please be patient with me, I promise to try to post more often 😉
I hope you enjoy the images and don’t forget to check out part one and part two of this set, if you haven’t already!
8 thoughts on “The Beauty of Prague – Part III”
These images are so beautiful. I love the moving train — and the way you play with depth of field in some of them. What lens were you using?
Thank you very much for your comment!
For this trip I used the Canon 35mm f/1.4L and the Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS. I find this combination perfect for traveling. Both of these lenses have wonderful bokeh effects but I enhanced the bokeh in some of the images in Photoshop to make the foreground standout. I hope my explanation was helpful.
You are very wise. Show only your best work. People will keep coming back for more.
Thank you very much!! I really appreciate the feedback!
Its a great post Anton.. Though I could visit the city for a few hours, I just loved the city and would love to go back for more…
Thank you very much! I’m glad you liked the post! I loved Prague as well and you should definitely go there again if you get the chance!
I’ve been thinking about moving for a while now, and Prague was always on the table but all these really make me want to do it now!
I’m really glad you enjoyed the post! Thank you for taking the time to comment. I found it fairly easy to find interesting angles in Prague because it was so beautiful. If you move there I hope you have a fantastic time!