A favourite location of mine, I've previously photographed this scene with a 70-300mm lens, shooting brackets and creating HDR Panoramics. On this occasion I used my Sigma 10-20m on the tripod. Centre column jacked up high as it would go and using a cable release to avoid causing any camera movement. Unfortunately my Fuji S3 Pro doesn't have mirror lock-up, so I have to work round it. On this occasion I used the cable release, I also have the option of using my YongNuo radio trigger. ( check it out on eBay!)
With the intention of defeating window burnout, I first shot one frame at 1/1500 sec, followed by 3 bracketed frames in Aperture Priority. Processed all 4 frames in Photomatix for the HDR aid &assistance, then CS5 Extended to finish the job.
There is a fault in this image, it took me 6 days to see it. Feel free to tell me what you reckon it is!
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|
|Title:||St. Patrick's RC Cathedral, Armagh|
|Uploaded:||22 Oct 2012 - 1:11 AM|