Montmartre in Paris is an amazing place. The artistic history of the place lives in the brick and mortar and it is easy to understand why such artists when there to paint a century ago. Well that has attracted so many tourists now that it isn’t quite the same thing. But it still is a lovely place.
I took this shot some weeks ago (well maybe month by now) when I was waiting for the right light to shoot the Sacre Coeur photo that I did at Valentines. Well I am still processing old photos as I still haven’t gotten a new camera and Air Berlin insists that they wont be covering a single cent over the theft of my camera.
It is an HDR photo of three shots. I took it handheld, standing on a wall trying to shoot above the cars and people standing below me who were admiring the sun shining through the clouds over the Eiffel Tower. I tried to minimize the over saturated look of the HDR and keep it as natural as possible.
Ah Paris – if there ever was a city for HDR this is probably it.