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I spent the last 2 days shooting the Orange Thimble. Here are some of the shots.
As I love to shoot only in existing light. High Dynamic Range photography is really the best solution for the situation, especially for me, because I simply believe in using the least equipment to achieve the result I perceived. For this series, I use the Canon 7D, a sturdy and lovely camera. Except, I can't carry it around for long. Anyway, different cameras are needed for different subject matters – my personal believe. Here I use the wide angle lens to include as much of the interiors which provide a complete rendition of the ambience of the place. With a tripod, the light Mamiya carbon fibre which is discontinued, I did automated bracketing and process the work in Photomatix.





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