Collapsing Building

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RUcrAZ Veteran Member • Posts: 6,573
Re: Collapsing Building

The effect is normally to be expected, when using a wide angle lens and pointing it upward. But there is another issue that's interesting: The "EXIF" (camera data) indicates a very high ISO, for the obviously bright sunny day shot. Without any filtering, one would expect that, at a shutter of 1/100 sec, f-16, the ISO to be about 100. Closing the aperture to f-25, the ISO would be 1.5 stop higher, say 200 or at the most 400, not as indicated 3200. Was there a filter in front of your lens, which cut down the amount of light reaching the camera's sensor?

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