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photoblog image So much detail for a stained glass

So much detail for a stained glass

This is one of the midnight shots I managed to take of the Southwark Church in London. It looks to me like my ISO setting was too high and everything's almost starting to wash out. Shutterchancers, what do you reckon? Would it be better to reduce the ISO and adjust the shutter speed appropriately, esp as I did have a tripod. And would I be able to sharpen the image better if I shoot in RAW?

So much detail for a stained glass

This is one of the midnight shots I managed to take of the Southwark Church in London. It looks to me like my ISO setting was too high and everything's almost starting to wash out. Shutterchancers, what do you reckon? Would it be better to reduce the ISO and adjust the shutter speed appropriately, esp as I did have a tripod. And would I be able to sharpen the image better if I shoot in RAW?

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as a rule of thumb u generally want to be shooting at the lowest iso possible. higher iso = higher noise.
shooting in raw gives u more flexibility in post-processing your images, but u get to do more work....
i like the image. could do with probably more contrast and increasing the tonal range.

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camera Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
exposure mode program mode
shutterspeed 1/8s
aperture f/5.6
sensitivity ISO1600
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