Today I have for you a photo from the House of Esterházy in Hungary. This was (and is still partially used) as a noble family home. And surprisingly, they have no problems with tripods there. You just have to wait for the group you are with to move along and you can get yourself some nice shots. Just to bad you cant turn on the lights, as that would give the whole room a much better feel.

This is a manual blend from 3 shots. I took 6, but only used the ones I needed. Overall this room had very soft colors, and I tried to keep that in the final photo.
In the House of Esterházy

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  • Technique: Manual blending
  • Number of exposures: 3
  • Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  • Lens: Canon 16-35mm F2.8
  • Focal length: 16 mm
  • Aperture: 5.6
  • Middle exposure time: 1/8s
  • ISO: 100
  • Tripod used: yes


Where was this photo taken:

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