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.

captured
camera
lens
focal length
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
ISO
flash
image quality
RAW converter
cropped?
around 10.30am on 3/10/07
Canon 1Ds Mark II
EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM
16mm
f/16
16s to 3 minutes
manual
n/a
evaluative
100
no
RAW
C1 Pro
minor perspective correction
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