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    HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Hi all,

    Here is another HDR I have done. This was taken inside the church at my local Heritage Park. Very dark inside.

    Usually take about 7 shots with 3 under and 3 over the correct exposure.

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    HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

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    Re: HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Yep - love it!

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    Re: HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Deb,

    Nicely done. Personally, I like very much the look that tone-processing has on wood, glass and metal textures. It's not for everyone, and I too would tire of a steady diet of it, but you've presented us an excellent example of this technique. Also, I suspect you used a fairly wide angle to capture this, and have handled the perpsective distortion very nicely.

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    Re: HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Debbie, would you mind sharing the exif, please? It's another very good HDR shot that you post (2 shots, 2 hits!).

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    Re: HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Quote Originally Posted by Otavio View Post
    Debbie, would you mind sharing the exif, please? It's another very good HDR shot that you post (2 shots, 2 hits!).
    No I don't mind but have no idea how to do it. Do I need to do it for each separate image I took?
    Please guide me on how I do this.

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    Re: HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Quote Originally Posted by kdoc856 View Post
    Deb,

    Nicely done. Personally, I like very much the look that tone-processing has on wood, glass and metal textures. It's not for everyone, and I too would tire of a steady diet of it, but you've presented us an excellent example of this technique. Also, I suspect you used a fairly wide angle to capture this, and have handled the perpsective distortion very nicely.

    Kevin
    Thanks Kevin,

    Yes you would tire of this type of photography. I agree with you on how the processing looks on wood, glass, metal etc.
    I used a d700 with a 17-35mm f2.8 lens to capture both the HDR images I have posted.
    Deb

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    Re: HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Deb! Very cool, just as the inside of an old, historic church is supossed to look. You captured that psychological effect churches are meant to have! (if that makes any sense at all?)

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Re: HDR inside a very dark church at local Heritage Park

    Debbie,

    You just need to open the file with and EXIF reader. Also, some picture programs (such as microsoft picture manager) gives you the EXIF (File/Properties). I saved the image to my notebook and opened it with microsoft picture manager but it only showed me some of the info. Maybe you will have them fully. So far, I found out that you used 17mm (Focal length), f/5,59 and 1 second. Once again, very well done!!

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