Hays Gallery London

I was shooting at Hays Gallery in London with my tripod and I didn't get sent away by the security guards - they just wanted to know if I'm shooting commercially. Once I told them, no - they left me alone.

This is not an HDR, btw. Single exposure processed in Adobe Lightroom 3.

Exif Data:

  • Date Taken: 2010-07-23 22:53:29

  • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II

  • Exposure Time: 30s (30/1)

  • Aperture: f/16

  • ISO: 200

  • Focal Length: 15mm (15mm in 35mm)


Full moon over Tower Bridge

London is a great city for urban landscape photography and especially during twilight it really shines. Last July, I visited it with a friend to attend a Joe McNally lighting seminar - highly recommended btw and besides the awesome educational part a really funny experience.

The picture below is a tone-mapped HDR composed of 4 exposures shot between 2.5 and 20 seconds

Exif Info:

  • Exposure Time: 2.5, 5, 10, 20 sec.

  • Aperture: f/11

  • ISO: 100

  • Focal Length: 15mm (15mm Fisheye)


The bright spot on the left is the full-moon, by the way.