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Artist: Gregory A Ferdinandsengreg@ferdinandsen.com;
Exposure Date: 2011:04:04 09:17:32;
Copyright: © 2011 Gregory A. Ferdinandsen;
Make: Canon;
Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II;
ExposureTime: 1/60 s;
FNumber: f/4;
ISOSpeedRatings: 6400;
ExposureProgram: Aperture priority;
ExposureBiasValue: 0;
MeteringMode: Pattern;
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode;
FocalLength: 24 mm;
Software: Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows;


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1) Lower your camera to raise the implied horizon line.

2) You shot is too wide and perspective is distorted.

3) Move closer or zoom tighter. Your main subject is the altar.

4) Control your tonal palette in post, recover those bald highlights.

5) Raise the camera upward to crop the foreground and show the viewer some of the beautiful vaulted ceiling to increase the sense of space and 3D geometry that the architect created. Or make multiple exposure that can be stitched and correct perspective and crop in post. Give yourself choices for composite photos for large interiors like this.

 

 

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