As I mentioned in my previous post one of the places we stopped for a few days while in Europe was Prague. I was very excited about seeing Prague as I’ve always wanted to go there, but never got around to it. The city is really beautiful, full of old towers, churches and castles and one of the main attractions is the Old Town Square, which you can see at the bottom edge of the shot below.
The church rising 80m above ground is called the Church of Our Lady Before Tyn and was founded in 1385. It’s Gothic in style and for quite a while it was controlled by the Hussites, a Christian movement under the influence of Czech reformer Jan Hus.
In terms of post-processing, this is one of my heavier tone-mapped images. The reason why I chose to go with a 5 exposure tone-mapped image was to try and get as much detail out of the buildings as it wasn’t a great day for photography with very heavy skies and muted tones.