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Old Dec 7, 2008, 7:31 PM   #1
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Old Dec 11, 2008, 8:15 PM   #2
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Very nice shots! I like the colors and the perspectives.

The EXIF data shows it was shot with a 0mm f/0 lens. Where can I get one of those? :-)
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Nice shots Daniel.

I'd say it was wide angle about 10-15mm.

The "whites" in these shots are great.
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I shot a couple of churches a few months back, Metropolitan and St. James. They are not far from St. Michael's. I did HDR on both of them and it makes a world of difference. Especially if you want to get the beautiful windows. Next time you are in one of these fine structures give HDR a shot.
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TCav wrote:
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Very nice shots! I like the colors and the perspectives.

The EXIF data shows it was shot with a 0mm f/0 lens. Where can I get one of those? :-)
Thanks for taking time to comment. It was done with a manual Russian lens Zenitar 16mm fisheye. All defished to around 70 degree of FoV from 84 deg




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Nice shots Daniel.

I'd say it was wide angle about 10-15mm.

The "whites" in these shots are great.


Terry: Thx. You had it right on


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I did HDR on both of them and it makes a world of difference. Especially if you want to get the beautiful windows. Next time you are in one of these fine structures give HDR a shot.

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Thx for taking time to comment. I wish I had the pp skill and the software.



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His is an HDR of Metropolitan United.
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And St. James Cathedral.
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His is an HDR of Metropolitan United.
I was in that small church last month. Maybe it was dark, none came out ok. You did a good job of evening out the high and low.


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Very nice composed shots especially the first well done
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His is an HDR of Metropolitan United.
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The down light from your 2nd image is very interesting. You had that exposed really well . Even without HDR it probably stands out too.








I had at one time very lucky getting into the Notre Dame Cathedral of Nice (or one of the town of Southern France) at around 4 pm with light coming in sideway amongst the columns.










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