On the second day of our trip to West Virginia it decided to rain ... good thing I had planned on swinging by some caverns on our way from Harpers Ferry to Seneca Rocks.
Ever since picking up the Canon 5DMIII, I have been thinking about taking it into the caverns and shooting at ISO 1600 to 4000. Most of these caverns do not allow you take a tripod in, so shooting high ISO is needed. I also took in the 580 Flash unit so I could bounce light off the walls when need to supplement the light in the cavern.
Processed a couple of the shots taken at ISO 1600, and also 4000, and so far very impressed with the results. Best I have been able to obtain yet (without a tripod).
An ISO 4000 capture taken in Shenandoah Caverns, utilizing a little bounce flash to augment the lighting provided in the cavern. Pretty impressed with the camera's capture at the higher ISO. Nature's formations there were pretty amazing too.
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