Path Of Lights And Reflections

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.

Path Of Lights And Reflections :: HDR :: DRI

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 ].


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