HDR in a Suffolk church with RX10iv

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Rachael P
Rachael P Contributing Member • Posts: 526
HDR in a Suffolk church with RX10iv

I had previously taken some shots inside our local church, but (a) I didn't have a tripod with me, so needed high ISO for hand-held, and (b) there is huge dynamic range, which I wasn't able to capture. So since the church was open today, and it was intermittently sunny, I went back this afternoon for another try.
This was just using exposure bracketing, and doing the HDR in Lightroom in PP, rather than the in-camera HDR function.

I am pretty impressed, even though for some of them I hadn't included sufficiently fast shots to fill in all of the washed-out areas.

East window

It's a very compact little church, dating from the 14th century

West window, font, bell-ropes (in front of window) and two panels with the ten commandments

Our lovely little organ...

I got a little carried away with the figures on the pews

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Sony RX10 IV Sony a7R III Sony 1.4x Teleconverter (2016) Sony FE 100-400mm F4.5-5.6 Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 III +2 more
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