Relaxing in Dresden (and speaking in Austin)

Dresden had beautiful building after beautiful building!  They were just all lined up, waiting to be photographed.  As blind luck would have it, a storm had just ripped through, leaving this incredible purple sunset.  Well, heck, I guess I don’t have to tell you… since you can just look below and see! :)

And any of you in the Austin area that are coming tonight to my talk and tutorial (it’s free and you don’t have to be a mac user – more info here), be sure to come over and say hello! :)  Don’t be shy — I’d be happy to meet you in person!

Relaxing in Dresden

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Scott-Kelley/1571880068 Scott Kelley

    The human interaction in this photo makes it so much more interesting. Great work.

  • http://www.crapbyzak.blogspot.com Zak Shelhamer

    flip man, gotta love it.. the greens and orange go really good together

  • http://www.takkiwrites.com Birgit

    Won’t be able to come since I am in Germany, but if you ever happen to come again to Germany – photographing eerie castles in Southern Germany, let me know !

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thorsten-Lajdych/1653947711 Thorsten Lajdych

    Man this is so beautiful. I Think i have to visit the parents of my wife to come again to dresden ;)

    So if c ome next to germany maybe you visit NRW and the Ruhrgebiet ;)

  • Gail in Montana

    Great picture, Trey. Love the colors you captured in HDR!!! Would love to see Dresden in person. Looks like a very interesting place. Love the way the statue and building look with the dramatic sky. Unfortunately, Montana is a little to far away to come and here you speak. Wish I could, though. Good luck with your talk. ;-)

  • Dale Martin

    Wow! Great Photograph Trey. Won’t be able to make it to the talk and tutorial tonight. Give me a shout next time you’re in Dallas, I’ll go take some photos with you. You got my email address.

    Keep up the good work!

    Dale

  • DEE

    It’s great to see Dresden. Can’t imagine anything that beautiful still exists after February 13, 1945

  • http://www.stuckincustoms.com Stuck In Customs

    ha – thanks all… Yes I’d love to do some more adventuring around Germany some day! :)

  • casusan

    Beautiful Trey! Good luck tonight!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andreas-ller/1179504374 Andreas Öller

    Nice colors Robin. How did you manage that? If ever in Copenhagen look me up at http://www.nimb.dk. Laters old friend! Andreas

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Alex-Suarez/506175112 Alex Suarez

    Hi Trey. Great shot!

    Thanks for coming out and speaking at the standing-room-only CapMac Photo SIG event last night. Everyone loved it. You sure do have a passionate following. The door is always open to come back and speak again.

    Seeing you do your magic in person and explaining your thinking behind the choices you make when processing your images has changed the way I’ll approach process my images (HDR or not) going forward. Thank you!

  • Joseph

    Awesome picture!

    For anyone wondering the building is the Semper opera house.
    http://www.semperoper.de/en/oper/welcome.html

    And the guy on the horse in front should be Johann von Sachsen.

  • http://www.chaiselounge.info chaise lounge

    wonderful

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