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Iglesia de Los Jesuitas

White objects (walls, cars, anything else) are not the best subject for HDR. You have to be very careful, not to make the white turn into grey in your final result. This very beautiful church in Toledo, the Iglesia de Los Jesuitas is one of the very bright churches, with all the walls very white. This is why I used the HDR postprocess only on small parts of the photo, everything that was not white. Together with a lot of brightening, I think it worked really well. 

Also this was only the second church I visited in Spain (first one being the Almudena Cathedral) where I was allowed to use a tripod. Don't really understand why they allow you to take photos, but they are against the use of tripods :)

Get more info about this photo on my blog http://blog.hdrshooter.net

Iglesia de Los Jesuitas

White objects (walls, cars, anything else) are not the best subject for HDR. You have to be very careful, not to make the white turn into grey in your final result. This very beautiful church in Toledo, the Iglesia de Los Jesuitas is one of the very bright churches, with all the walls very white. This is why I used the HDR postprocess only on small parts of the photo, everything that was not white. Together with a lot of brightening, I think it worked really well.

Also this was only the second church I visited in Spain (first one being the Almudena Cathedral) where I was allowed to use a tripod. Don't really understand why they allow you to take photos, but they are against the use of tripods :)

Get more info about this photo on my blog http://blog.hdrshooter.net

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