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Taff
 Taff
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Hi guys,

Though I'm not religious or a church member, our local vicar, who likes my landscape shots, has invited me to do some internal shots of our church.

As I do not have a flash, I thought Raya Pro may come to my aid here!

My first attempt is inked here, but I'm not overjoyed with it. 

Any tips for shooting indoors with reasonable high contrast lighting?

Camera settings etc?

All tips and advice gratefully received.

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Mike Singh
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Taff I have a couple of questions. 
Are you allowed to use a tripod? 
What exactly do they want photographing?

Exposure blending and focus stacking  would definitely be useful here. Do you have an ultra wide angle lens?

Mike


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Taff
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Are you allowed to use a tripod? Yep, no bother.

What exactly do they want photographing? Just some nice representative internal images, I think they may want postcards or the like from them.

Exposure blending and focus stacking  would definitely be useful here. Do you have an ultra wide angle lens? Canon 17-40mm.


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Steve C
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Hi Taff, I've been shooting interiors professionally for four years. Turn off the purple light. Use a tripod F12 (this is a big room) ISO 100 and set your camera to AEB (canon) with two stops to bracket your shots.Use Lightroom to cool the yellow lighting (White Balance) and use Raya Pro to blend the shadows and highlights.It's always better with Flash but you'll get away with a good ambient shot. Flash would actually be difficult here because the roof beams would cast shadows. 


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Taff
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You're a gent Steve!!!

Unfortunately, the "purple light" is coming via a stained glass window.

I'll give your suggestions a go next time I'm over there, (limited opening times due to Covid-19.)

 

Many thanks again,

 

Taff


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Maria
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I like to use long exposure when I shoot interiors (on a tripod), with ISO 100, and all lights on... a matter of preference of course.

Maria


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