Camera: Canon 5D MK II
Lens: Canon 100 f/2.8 L IS USM Macro
Focal length: 100
Exposure time: 1/30
Flash used: yes, Nissin MF16 Macro ring flash
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|I took this HDR photo from tripod using 7 exposures spaced at 1.5 EV to cover whole dynamic range of this very contrasty scene. To use longer exposures and thus to make water look calmer I used Hoya ND8 neutral density filter.|
|This HDR photo was taken in the Vatican Museums in Rome. I really like the light in the left side and on the angel.|
|HDR photo taken in Milan. Processed in Photomatix Pro.|
|I don't often do selective coloring but I wanted to try this technique. With the chain hidden in the grass it was really time consuming and difficult task but as you can see I succeeded :) The original photo was HDR from 3 exposures taken in Masuria, Poland.|
|This is another version of Just walking HDR photo taken in Cabo da Roca, Portugal. This version was in fact more popular on 500px portal.|