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Submit a photograph of the interior of a building. This is often a challenging subject because of the great contrast between daylight coming through windows and dim artificial lighting within. This is a subject that usually demands great technical quality: use low ISO, a tripod, careful framing, great depth of field, sharpness, precise white balance, and good optics without barrel distortion. Usually, these kinds of photos look best without people in them. Be aware of the change in color of light coming through a window versus the color of light in the room.
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Thursday, 27th October, 2011 (GMT)
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