I've been down in London over the last couple of days, validating a degree at UEL, so have been raiding my archive of shots I took in Germany last month.
This one was taken in the cellars of the Van Volxem winery and is a ‘true’ HDR, by which I mean it's constructed from four separate RAW files rather than one (as with this shot) – ranging from a 16 second exposure to a 3 minute one. The reason the exposure times are so long is that I shot at f/16 to get the star-shaped refraction from the lights.
Oh, and I think this one looks better with the black theme.
around 10.30am on 3/10/07|
Canon 1Ds Mark II
EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
16s to 3 minutes
minor perspective correction