Superintendent’s Cottage at Seaside Regional Center — Waterford, Connecticut
There are always decisions that need to be made between showing what I can see with my eye and what the camera can render – it is a delicate balance between not giving enough information to the viewer and tampering too much with the reality of the location. Above is a prime example of the wide range of tones that have to be contended with when shooting extreme location photography. Tomorrow I’ll show you the same room taken from a different angle with the Dutch Tilt removed and the exposure range compensated for in post processing.
Nikon D610 FX
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