Chambord

Chambord, view from the east

Chambord, view from the east

A long exposure, HDR, black and white shot of the castle of Chambord.

The palace of Chambord is situated a few kilometers from the city of Blois in the region of Sologne, 177 kilometers south of Paris. An example of the early French Renaissance, the palace of Francis 1 is an essential stop on the circuit of the castles of the Loire valley. It’s the second most visited château (after Versailles) and in the top ten of most visited tourists attractions in France.

 

EXIF and processing

Exif:

  • Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 13/1 second ===> 13 seconds
  • Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 16/1 ===> ƒ/16
  • ISO Speed Ratings = 100
  • Original Date/Time = 2014:10:19 13:02:37
  • Aperture = ƒ/16
  • Exposure Bias (EV) = 1/1 ===> 1
  • Flash = Flash did not fire
  • Focal Length = 200/1 mm ===> 200 mm
  • Hoya ND400 neutral density filter

Processing:

  • Imported in Adobe Lightroom and merged to HDR in Photoshop. Black and white processing done with Silver Efex Pro.

 


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