It was raining and very dark when I took the photo. I liked the coloours, the patterns on the floor and ceiling, the line of the lamps , maybe all together are called POV, but I thought that it was impossible for me to get a clear picture, so I tried flash. The flash couldn't reach very far, I had to brighten it up a lot on PS. And then I noticed that the the first lamp was casted a visible shadow by the flash. I don't have any experience of using flash, and didn't know that it would cast shadow. Could you tell me from photographic point of view if it is acceptable or it is some kind of fault that I have to deaal with?Thank you.
The photo was taken outside the old market hall, in Budapest, because it was raining, so I went into the market ...
According to the web,The main Market Hall had been started to built in 1894 by the plans of Samu Petz, and on 30th June 1896, ten days before the handout, there was a fire and 50-60 percent of the roof was perished. The recovery took 9 months. The opening ceremony was on 15th March 1897. The hall was closed in 1991, because it became life threatening. The renovation was finished in 1994.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 50D |
|Lens:||EF-S18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 IS |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|
|Lens Max Aperture:||f/3.5|
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