Prag

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  1. osmanolgen

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    Amazing photos you have there.

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    Dani,

    Thanks for your nice comment.
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    Prag is definately on my list of places to visit.
     
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    Beautiful photos indeed. Some of your nighttime shots are especially awesome (I really liked "night in Charles Bridge"). Thanks for sharing these.
     
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    nice photos indeed,

    did you set up your tripod for the shots inside the castle church and church? i always find it a bit too dark for a bright shot like that.

    and just curious - but does 'prag' not have a prague spelling?
     
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    You're right about Prague, I was really confused about Prag, Praha, Prague, ... Prag is Turkish version, I think that's why I misspelled it.

    I di not carry tripod. Used ISO upto 800, camera is Nikon D50, lens is 18-55mm. It was ok, there was not much need for tripod.

    Night shots was hard. I was putting camera on the stones, waste baskets, whatever I find and trying to arrange straintness by putting objects under the lens. ( My wife like walking and we were walking 13 hours a day, how coud I carry a tripod? :) )

    And sometimes I was just trying to keep still and shoot. ( touching some wall etc ).

    I'll change the Prague spelling. :)

     

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