Music technologist and author Peter Gorges shared these photos of the absolutely amazing studio of Hans Zimmer.
Not only is the studio a cathedral for music, but, if you look closely, you’ll see that one wall is a giant modular synthesizer.
“It takes HDR to capture this room – conventional camera sensors fail miserably. The whole room is just dark, light-absorbing surfaces (velvet, wood) and a few pointed light sources. There’s no way to just ‘take a photo of it’,” notes Gorges. “This image is created from 6 exposures (0.7 bracketing), processed in Photomatix Pro.”
Too really appreciate the photos (and Zimmer’s studio), see Gorges’ originals on Flickr.