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Budapest night tour
Lens: smc PENTAX-DA 10-17mm F3.5-4.5 ED [IF] Fisheye zoom Camera: Pentax K-3 Photo Location: Budapest, Hungary ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/20s Aperture: F16 
Posted By: SkipperRi, 09-22-2014, 03:50 AM

There are few night shots from my recent trip in capital of Hungary, Budapest. Any comments are appreciated.

Best regards.


Night traffic
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


Fireworks bridge
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


Traffic all the way
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


La Boheme
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


Across the Danube
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


No Trespassing
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


Night to remember
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


Through the Archway
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


From the Chain Bridge
by Tomislav C., on Flickr


Good night Budapest
by Tomislav C., on Flickr
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09-22-2014, 04:27 AM   #2
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Wow, I had no idea Budapest was such a beautiful city.
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Wow, I had no idea Budapest was such a beautiful city.
Neither do I. Thanks.
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some good technique there....maybe the starbursts are a little bit 1980ish..

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Beautiful photos. They sure got a lot of new lights since I was there last time 17 years ago. One of the most photogenic cities in Europe deserves some good light though.


Shutter speed on topic header (1/20 s) is a bit misleading.


And this bit of info on Flickr page might get you killed here. Where is the black duct tape?


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some good technique there....maybe the starbursts are a little bit 1980ish..
Thanks. You are right, but personally I like just that kind of starburst.

QuoteOriginally posted by cxdoo Quote
Beautiful photos. They sure got a lot of new lights since I was there last time 17 years ago. One of the most photogenic cities in Europe deserves some good light though.


Shutter speed on topic header (1/20 s) is a bit misleading.


And this bit of info on Flickr page might get you killed here. Where is the black duct tape?


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Thanks. About duct tape Frankly, I don't mind what is says on the my K-3 as long it make me so happy with every single shot
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