What a place this is. When I first entered, I thought it was endless. The rows of pillars just repeat into the distance. It’s just stunning. And as I was there quite late (around 7 o’clock) it was completely empty. Just me and my camera. It was also a great place for HDR. If you look at the before/after comparison, you will see that the bottom part was quite dark, with the ceiling brightly lit. A perfect example for when to use HDR.
Number of exposures: 3; Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II; Lens: Canon 16-35 mm F2.8;
Focal length: 16 mm; Aperture: 11.0; Middle exposure time: 3.0s; ISO: 100; Tripod used: yes
Compare to the original 0EV shot:
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Where was this photo taken:
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