The Endless Alley

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    The dirt and grit and color that comes with European alleys make for great subjects for dynamic night photography. Usually I only stay out for about an hour after it gets dark, but it's hard to stop with this kind of scenery... I mean, you can make a legitimate excuse to stay out all night!

    But a lot of people warned me about how dangerous Barcelona can be... I did already meet many people that were robbed blind... I was extra-extra careful... and, in this case, decided to head back to the hotel early. Also, I was feeling pretty under the weather...so yet another excuse.

    - Trey Ratcliff

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    1. Chocsta 46 months ago | reply

      One the best HDR I've seen. WOW !

    2. Haider A. 46 months ago | reply

      what software makes photos look like this?!

    3. Passie13(Ines van Megen-Thijssen) 46 months ago | reply

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    4. silvermistphotography [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

      Beautifully put together Trey, I have been a big fan of your work for over a year now and I have you to thank for getting me into HDR.

    5. Pogobone 46 months ago | reply

      that's a great shot

    6. MarkE_T 46 months ago | reply

      great HDR work, love how mean and moody it looks, .... but not too keen on the clouds, then again who am I to criticise

    7. Photo's By Jerry 46 months ago | reply

      I quite thinking that this one is your best because the very next picture you do is even better then the last. Your book "A World In HDR" was a big help to me. Always looking forward to your next post.

    8. Jaime Martorano 46 months ago | reply

      Great range of tones and colors Trey

    9. Peter Roder 46 months ago | reply

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    11. adolfo frediani 46 months ago | reply

      good work! but there's no such a thing as "european alley" and Barcelona looks dangerous only if you came from a small village in the coutryside, otherwise it's just like every big city around the world.... or probably a little bit more safe :)

    12. falequin 46 months ago | reply

      Trey, personally if I was in a place like this, I wouldn't even dare to take out my camera. How do you judge when to do this? Personally for me, it's about my safety and also the fact that I just can't buy another camera (let alone lenses). In situations like this, what goes through your mind??

    13. Jonnyvargazz 46 months ago | reply

      Nice picture!
      But please, Barcelona dangerous???? hahahahahaha living there for 33 years, and nothing happened to me, sometimes going for a walk into these nice summer nights in Barcelona at 2:00AM in this area (Gothic town), something you cannot do in other cities.

      Maybe it seems to be dirty, ugly and dangerous, but don't forget, this part of the city is from Roman era, it means that buildings are there for more than 2000 years, very different than Manhattan. Remember that people here don't wear guns.

    14. GODSER 46 months ago | reply

      Good photo

    15. Adrian Evans Photography 30 months ago | reply

      super capture and edit Trey

    16. Molene70 26 months ago | reply

      Great composition, amazing color. Thanks for posting...

    17. Neiger 22 months ago | reply

      Very nice!

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