Looking up in the Almudena Cathedral
I think I spend at leas one hour in the Almudena Cathedral. If my friends weren’t waiting for me, it would be many more. It’s a really nice cathedral, with endless possibilities for HDR photos. It’s also a nice example of a very high dynamic range. I went with 6 shots here, from -2 to +3, taken in two series (one -2,0 and +2, the second at -1,+1,+3). But this was still not enough. As you can see in the windows, the light coming from outside is still too strong, so you can’t see any detail in the windows. If I had the Promote Control remote when I took this, I would go at least from -4 to +4.
Number of exposures: 6; Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II; Lens: Canon 16-35 mm F2.8;
Focal length: 16 mm; Aperture: 16.0; Middle exposure time: 3.0s; ISO: 100; Tripod used: yes
Where was this photo taken:
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