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Santorini lights...


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Santorini lights sent on November 24, 2015 (15:14) by MaxShutterSpeed. 3 comments, 503 views.

at 16mm, 25 sec f/8.0, ISO 100, tripod. Santorini Island, Greece.

Santorini. Esposizione singola di 25 secondi.

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sent on November 24, 2015 (15:30) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful photos, especially the degree of difficulty that requires in choosing the right exposure that can then be helpful for the necessary post next. Photographing Fira and the overhang (that is in total darkness since there is no light at night) is not at all easy, and the result that we have obtained is really great to be single exposure.

See you soon!

sent on November 24, 2015 (16:15) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Guido, thanks so much for your appreciation.

I found the photos in your gallery of Fira (or Thira) more or less from the same angle:

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During shooting states that even though the sun was already low when I shoot I was still a minimum of sunset glow that allowed to illuminate the overhang slightly. Although very weak, that light a bit 'of difference is with respect to your where you see the glow of the moon, already high, and much weaker.

I state that I am a Sunday photographer and I like the "shadows open" for maximum readability in foto, in spite of others who prefer to keep the shades closed.

For these shots where we are at the same time highlights the danger burning and deep darkness, I learned that it is always to be cautious and underexpose at least one stop or 1.5 before recovering something shadows in PP.

With 6D I use now, I have to admit, the recovery of the shadows is much simpler than a APS-C sensor with dense.
To open the shadows do not ever get up the ISO (100 or 200), this will contain the noise, both luminance and chromatic, and the recovery of the shadows becomes very present.

In short, a couple of tricks that allow then PP to obtain a picture that I like it, it becomes easier to read in dark areas without firing too high lucthe.

Good day

sent on November 26, 2015 (12:32) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I tried just yesterday your method, and the results were really nice! Maybe I had thought when I was there :-(

Thanks for the tips and congratulations again!

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