ISO 1600 18mm F3.5 1/30
This image was a massive surprise. The church inside was really dark as there were high windows with no real artificial light and the natural light outside was extremely defuse. Exposure times were long and ISO was high. I didn’t use my tripod as it was coming close to noon and a mass was going to start soon, people were coming in and out for a baptism.
When editing I didn’t think there was going to be much of chance for it. I used Topaz Adjust 5 without any presets and slowly made adjustments bringing in the saturation, exposure as well as a little bit of colour toning. Back in lightroom I just made a slight vignette.
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