A quick follow up on my review of the Light L16 digital camera…I think it’s a great option for real estate photography. It’s compact (the best camera is the one you have on you), it generates very high resolution images, and it’s wide dynamic range (WDR) feature produces some compelling results without the hassles of HDR photography.
I’ve been working on the design and construction of Elcome India’s new corporate headquarters in Mahape (outskirts of Mumbai) since 2015. Though the project has taken a year longer than planned, we are in the final stretch and look forward to occupying the building by Q4 of this year. I visited the construction site this week and took the following photos with the L16. As you can see in the gallery below, I was able to recover a lot of detail from the highlights in the interior photos with only single exposures in Auto mode…no exposure bracketing and merging required.
3 Replies to “Light L16 review follow-up: real estate photography”
Very good photos, I wish I could take pictures with that quality
very good photos, i wish i can take pictures with that quality
thanks for sharing this information,