Goodbye Barcelona

Posted by on Aug 5, 2016 in Photos | 5 Comments

Yes goodbye Barcelona, we are leaving! It has been nice two weeks. Thanks!

Goodbye Bracelona II

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  1. andrej
    Fri, 5. August , 2016

    I really like this pic. I can not imagine the process of getting such photo, it seems that the glow comes from sun. Nice.

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    • Richard Vanek
      Fri, 5. August , 2016

      Thank you Andrej. It is rather simple. You expose directly to the sun. You under expose at least by 3 stops. Then you push saturation of raw image bit to get very bold colors and then you convert it to b&w with red filter.

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  2. JPH
    Wed, 10. August , 2016

    Sweet photo, Richard!

    Sorry for the late view, on the road now, so being in touch with the world, news, and stuff like this, will come every once in awhile, when I am in a town and utilize their library and wifi ???

    I did check Twitter for the first time last night, but you’ve stopped tweeting new posts… well, at least these most very recent ones. Which, if I was home (had a home), wouldn’t matter, as I always checked my RSS feed (how I found these new updates) every morning.

    Sorry also that your Barcelona trip is over (though you’re probably not, and glad to be back home)… seems like it was a nice photo excursion for you

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    • Richard Vanek
      Thu, 11. August , 2016

      Jeff, I was doing exactly the same day or two ago. I was trying to trace your steps on twitter, some news from your journey. Something must have happened with the twitterfeed robot as he stops doing these posting for me from RSS to twitter and LinkedIn.

      Barcelona was good and frankly I was glad to be back home, just for about a day or two. It is bloody cold here,now just a little above 11C (52F).

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      • JPH
        Thu, 11. August , 2016

        Bloody cold?! Sounds just right to me! ? Though, with how it sounds like the weather was as warm as it was in Barcelona, you probably after the two weeks had just gotten acclimated and used to it, so that anything below 30C is cold! ?

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