The Barajas Aiport Terminal 4 looks so futuristic and it is a great subject for interior architectural pictures.
Unfortunatelly, I don’t have a camera with low noise at High ISO, so I have several tips to shoot handheld for HDR at extreme light situations to avoid camera movement and have the less noise:
– Set your timer to 2 s.
– Set you camera to take continuously the exposures .
– Support your body on a fixed surface, put the camera on one or in any case, put your arms with the best position to not move your camera during the shooting.
– Set AUTO ISO to have the low ISO for a shutter speed that has not got camera shake.
Besides, during processing I select Photoshop to generate an HDR file. For that, I use HDR Pro, and select 32-bits mode and the de-ghosting tool to 0EV or the more underexposed exposure (usually -2EV). Photoshop is better that Photomatix with the pictures alignement, generates less noise and , from my point of view, has a better ghosting removal tool. Therefore these are the reasons to always use it at the beginning of my HDR workflow.
Barajas Airport T4 Baggage Claim Area, Madrid (Spain)
Canon EOS 450D | Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6 DC EX HSM @ 10 mm | f4, 1/20s, ISO 200. HDR from 3 exposures @ [-2 EV .. -0 .. +2 EV ].